Iceberg breaking up in the Ilulissat icefjord, close to an archaeological site called Sermermiut.
**A quick note - some of the external links to this video have mixed information. To be more precise, this is a large iceberg breaking up, which had already calved from the icecap. The large ones often collect at the end of the fjord, where it is a bit shallower. The NASA image at the end of the video shows this a bit more clearly**
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... one hella dropoff just offshore. The waters here, are apparently, quite _deep._
- now to go to the shoreline to collect some stunned fish for dinner before the gulls try to hog in on all the prime landings...
Is He(Allah) who made the earth a stable ground and placed within it rivers and made for it firmly set mountains and placed between the two seas a barrier? Is there a deity with Allah ? [No], but most of them do not know.( People of Ancient and until recently believed there are 7 seas(oceans) but the only Quran mention 1400 years ago, there are two seas with a barrier.
He created the heavens without pillars that you see and has cast into the earth firmly set mountains, lest it should shift with you, and dispersed therein from every creature. And We sent down rain from the sky and made grow therein [plants] of every noble kind.
Cool! Did you see that grass! And ...and the heavy breathing...and hill in the way of the iceberg as it majestically turns just out of view? My word! More, please! Show the gravel and your boots a bit more next time! Awesome! Wahoo!
... dude you fucked up, unless you are being chased by zombies, it's OK to walk backwards and keep filming......
and when he finally resumes filming the world shouted;"...other iceberg ...other iceberg! ...DUDE, ITS THE OTHER ONE!"
What a colossal, momentous, and simply gigantic... piece of shit idiot, who decides to casually and calmly turn the camera the moment that this once in a lifetime moment happens, even more idiotic, the fact that he thinks that by simply showing the same footage in slow motion will make up for his ginormous mistake and down right retarded non sensical decisions.
2:03, At that moment you did not need to move from that place. That wave could not reach you. You took away yourself and failed to capture the greatest moments of your life...!
I never saw such a huge iceberg breaking video in my whole life...! I think this is the best video among all of its kind....!!
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Lol - credit to the cameraman for actually being there and trying to capture it, bless him. I bet he's the kind of guy who does the lottery every week but misses the one week his numbers win the jackpot.
Man I should've just believed the comments when they told me this would be disappointing, finally a calving video without some stupid fucking lady yelling "OMG" and the cameraman literally missed what would've been the best part of the video 😑
Could have been one of the best split/roll videos ever. Can not blame you for moving at all my Brother. The sound is amazing. The roar is probably not unlike the sound when God himself scratches his nose gently.
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