About iceberg
An iceberg is a piece of freshwater ice more than 15 m long that has broken off a glacier or an ice shelf and is floating freely in open (salt) water. Smaller chunks of floating glacially-derived ice are called "growlers" or "bergy bits". The sinking of the Titanic in 1912 led to the formation of the International Ice Patrol in 1914. Much of an iceberg is below the surface, which led to the expression "tip of the iceberg" to illustrate a small part of a larger unseen issue. Icebergs are considered a serious maritime hazard.

Iceberg

woman in black bikini top on water
woman in black bikini top on water
man lying on white rock during daytime
man lying on white rock during daytime
brown and white concrete blocks under blue sky during daytime
brown and white concrete blocks under blue sky during daytime
landscape photography of ice field
landscape photography of ice field
ice berg on ocean
ice berg on ocean
ice on body of water under cloudy sky
ice on body of water under cloudy sky
lake in the middle of ice-covered mountain during daytime
lake in the middle of ice-covered mountain during daytime
white textile on green textile
white textile on green textile
glacier on sea during daytime
glacier on sea during daytime
iceberg on sea
iceberg on sea
brown and white ship near iceberg
brown and white ship near iceberg
a large iceberg floating on top of a body of water
a large iceberg floating on top of a body of water
body of water and ice berg
body of water and ice berg
white glacier
white glacier