Viewers’ Choice for Places: Iceberg Hunters
Chipping ice off an iceberg is a common way for the Inuit community to retrieve fresh drinking water while on the land. During a weekend long hunting ... more 
Viewers’ Choice for Places: Iceberg Hunters
Chipping ice off an iceberg is a common way for the Inuit community to retrieve fresh drinking water while on the land. During a weekend long hunting trip, we came upon this majestic iceberg frozen in place. It was a perfect opportunity to grab enough ice and drinking water for the remainder of the trip. (Photo and caption by Adam Coish/National Geographic Photo Contest) less 
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Fri, Jan 4, 2013 12:00 PM EST