Large icebergs sit deep in the water and often move with the tide.   They often move upwind being eroded at the waterline by wind waves. Eventually they roll and become more rounded, before breaking up.  The magnificent Harpa in Reykjavik is a large angular iceberg eroded at its waterline.

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Harpa

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Nuummiut, Narsap Ikerasaa (Narsaq Sound)

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Reykjavik seafront (Harpa to the right)

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