German photographer Tobias Friedrich has been a famous underwater photographer since 2007. He has felt a variety of seawater temperatures from the tropics to cold temperatures. Trying cold temperatures he wants to photograph icebergs from under the sea
Underwater Photos in Arctic - Greenland are incredibly beautiful and amazing to everyone from the shape, size and texture of the iceberg to the occurrence of glaciers breaking and melting into the water.
Floating in the blue water, these icebergs emit a sense of quiet power. And with just a fraction of their mass visible from above, the true beauty of these giants only becomes evident when one looks below. For Friedrich, the view was surprising as well.
“The most unexpected part was the iceberg itself,” he shared with My Modern Met . “We dived on several icebergs in Greenland and drilled a hole next to it, but we never knew how it looked from the downside until we actually got into the water and down to the iceberg.”
The underwater photographer hopes that these powerful images will help raise awareness about the effects of global warming. As a frequent visitor to Greeland, Friedrich has first-hand knowledge of its impact, as it’s causing the country’s ice to melt earlier with each passing year.
Just check and see the extraordinary portrait below!