The idea of What is and will never be again is that icebergs as you photograph them will never be the same again as they are in that moment. They shift and crack minute to minute, hour to hour and as their density changes, they flip, revealing their undersides, only to continue their ever-changing process.
These goliaths, captured near Narsarsuaq, Greenland, are remnants of a shrinking glacier in the Tunulliarfik Fjord. This one in particular is approximately 30 metres tall, and as you can see they’re relatively difficult to show scale in photographs.
These were taken of the coast of Qaqortoq near Uunartoq. Normally uncharacteristically grey scenes can take away from landscapes. In this circumstance, flat light leveled out the way these icebergs inherited shadows, gradients and contrast with the land mass, giving it a beautiful monochromatic finish.
This mammoth glacier is located near El Calafate in Southern Patagonian Argentina.