As most of you probably know, many survivors reported that over half a dozen icebergs were visible around the Carpathia the morning of the rescue. However, they do not appear in photographs of the lifeboats rowing towards the ship, and besides one photo showing the icefield from a distance (the survivors statements seem to imply that the icebergs were closer than that), no photos appear to have been taken of them. This seems odd considering how many survivors and Carpathia passengers reflected on hoe magnificent the bergs looked. I would think that if the Titanic was facing north when it sank, as is generally accepted, then the boats we see (6, 14 and D), which were all launched from the port side, should be coming from the west, the direction that the icefield was to the Carpathia, so the bergs should be visible, no? Is there any explanation for this discrepancy?