Iceberg Shaped Like A Dragon

Now that is what you call a FLAME-ING N-ICE picture… a photographer has captured an iceberg which is the exact shape of a DRAGON. Discovered deep in the Antarctic Peninsula near Peterman Island, the shape stood out against the endless white scenery which surrounded the formation. But despite the remarkable resemblance to the mythical fire-breathing creature, those lucky enough to witness the moment first hand initially saw it as a thumb.

Now that is what you call a FLAME-ING N-ICE picture... a photographer has captured an iceberg which is the exact shape of a DRAGON. Discovered deep in the Antarctic Peninsula near Peterman Island, the shape stood out against the endless white scenery which surrounded the formation. But despite the remarkable resemblance to the mythical fire-breathing creature, those lucky enough to witness the moment first hand initially saw it as a thumb.

Now that is what you call a FLAME-ING N-ICE picture... a photographer has captured an iceberg which is the exact shape of a DRAGON. Discovered deep in the Antarctic Peninsula near Peterman Island, the shape stood out against the endless white scenery which surrounded the formation. But despite the remarkable resemblance to the mythical fire-breathing creature, those lucky enough to witness the moment first hand initially saw it as a thumb.

Now that is what you call a FLAME-ING N-ICE picture... a photographer has captured an iceberg which is the exact shape of a DRAGON. Discovered deep in the Antarctic Peninsula near Peterman Island, the shape stood out against the endless white scenery which surrounded the formation. But despite the remarkable resemblance to the mythical fire-breathing creature, those lucky enough to witness the moment first hand initially saw it as a thumb.

Now that is what you call a FLAME-ING N-ICE picture... a photographer has captured an iceberg which is the exact shape of a DRAGON. Discovered deep in the Antarctic Peninsula near Peterman Island, the shape stood out against the endless white scenery which surrounded the formation. But despite the remarkable resemblance to the mythical fire-breathing creature, those lucky enough to witness the moment first hand initially saw it as a thumb.