oyvind tangen

Striped Ice - No, this iceberg is not a fake—though it sure does look like a Photoshopped fraud, doesn’t it? While no one knows for sure what happened, the stripes most likely came about when the ice melted, and then rolled down a mountain to the sea. The brown, black, and yellow lines are layers of collected sediment. The photograph was snapped in March 2008 by Norwegian sailor Oyvind Tangen, who was in the right place at the right time some 660 miles north of the Antarctic.