Most of us have seen enough photographs, or watched Titanic enough times, to know what your standard iceberg looks like, but filmmaker Alex Cornell was lucky enough to see the beautiful underside of these giant blocks of ice when one flipped upside down in Antartica.
Cornell was on a National Geographic expedition when he came across the iceberg. “Its funny — as a photographer and as a person, there’s so much there that’s all so alien that it’s almost overwhelming,” he said when speaking to Mashable. “Once you’ve seen a few penguins, a few icebergs, these crazy jagged mountains, your mind can only comprehend how incredible one or two things are at a time.”
You can see more photos from Alex Cornell’s trip on his Instagram.