This photograph was taken February 14, 2011, Valentine Day. My wife, Janice, and I were on a two week expedition with National Geographic/Lindblad to Antarctica. We were in a protected cove behind Booth Island, a part of the Antarctica peninsula. The cove is referred to as an iceberg graveyard because most of the icebergs that have been blown into the cove are grounded. This particular berg had a heart shaped opening created by wind and splashing water over the years. We thought it made an appropriate ice sculpture for the day especially with the iceberg in the background.
Donald J. Hobart, Baltimore Sun
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