Lorna Crozier falls for Fogo Island (and her first iceberg)
We bite into 25,000 years of caught water and frozen light. It’s a fist-sized chunk scooped from the Atlantic, a tiny piece of the iceberg looming beside our boat like a dream born in the most faraway region of an arctic mind.
(Photo by Alex Fradkin)
(Story by Lorna Crozier)