In this haunting image by Ruslan Eliseev, we see the sunken remains of the 76-ft Mar Sem Fin, a Brazillian boat that was used for scientific and educational expeditions. The boat, which sunk on April 7, 2012, lies at a depth of about 9 meters (30 ft) in Ardley Bay, Antarctica. Thankfully the crew was completely evacuated and nobody was hurt. For a blog post that documents the actual sinking of the ship, check out this blog (in Russian).
Those colors are fantastic, though.
Because it's not one solid sheet of ice, it's a bunch of little blobs floating on the surface.
This is the picture that started it all for me
Yeah, a couple of millimetres of ice is refracting everything a bit too.
The contrast of the pitch dark water and the ghostly white boat gives me chills. Beautiful in such a weird way.
Reality vs Fiction:Gilligan's Island
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