Tuesday, May 19, 2009
"What Do Little Kids and Little Icebergs Have In Common?"
When doing a "drive by iceberg". You get a bearing!
Line it up and go through! Careful now to observe all the melting formations on the berg sides as you pass by, quickly, listening for sounds you really don't want to hear, like cracks or "large popping" bubbles.
Then exit cleanly on the other side hoping the stern ender picture comes out and spectacular colors are captured as my black tail slithers by.
Take and under water shot because Tony and I forgot on our other Iceberg encounters to do this and notice the 10,000 year old air bubbles escaping....
Take another underwater shot and notice that this Iceberg looks like it has a tumour on it's underside, a bulbous like protrusion. Perhaps some form of melt formation and again notice more 10,000 year old bubbles escaping.
To get back to the original question, "What do little kids and little icebergs have in common?....They like to release air in their respective tubs!"LOL It's all a matter of perspective. ;-)