When I see the weird shapes and edges of this iceberg, different imagery comes to mind. Stegosaurus? No, should be more like the mohawk of icebergs then. Durian? Too uneven. Artichoke. I'll settle for this iceberg reminding me of an artichoke ready to have a chunk be pulled off at any moment.

There's all kinds of icebergs floating around in Antarctica (and the Arctic for that matter). Different sizes and shapes from growlers and bergy bits to those with domes and dry-docks. It's a vast endless ocean of foreboding and changing landscapes.