Calving of glaciers is often accompanied by a loud cracking or booming sound before blocks of ice up to 60 metres (200 ft) high break loose and crash into the water. The entry of the ice into the water causes large, and often hazardous waves. I was fortunate to have captured that moment when that loud crack happened.
Matted white (6") and framed with 1" black wood and museum glass. Professionally printed and mounted by Framing Depot and Lepix Fine Art Printing.