Underwater photographer Tobias Friedrich has captured a series of spectacular images showcasing the beauty of icebergs below the surface. The images were photographed in Tasiilaq Fjord in East Greenland and illustrate the enormity of icebergs that lurk hidden below the surface.
Here’s what Tobias had to say about the experience: “It’s quite dangerous diving so deep around the iceberg because at any moment something on it could break off and hit divers or the boat. Unfortunately I’m only able to capture images like this from time to time as the travel costs of getting to, and staying in, Greenland are very expensive.”
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