Glacial tongue. Glacial tongues originating from the mighty ice cap Vatnajökull fan out near the coast in southeast Iceland.
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Ocean treasures. At the black beach in Jökulsárlón in south Iceland. All the photos were taken handheld and I was especially mindful of the tricky situation given my mishap here some years ago. Note: Conversion from ProPhoto colourspace to sRGB for web viewing kills the colour. The dance of colours with the advancing waves […]
Sun, Sand and Ice. The black sand beach at Jökulsárlón in southeast Iceland is a whistle stop for the blocks of ice calving from Breiðamerkurjökull, a tongue of the huge Vatnajökull glacier, as they drift to their demise in the Atlantic Ocean. These images were taken on a cold November morning last year. […]
We got to the beach at Jökulsárlón a little after sunrise on the morning of Oct 17, 2010. Inscribed on the seascape before us was a ribbon of divergent lines. Recognizing the ephemeral quality of Nature’s geometric moods, I quickly composed a few frames. Barely able to contain myself, I then advanced towards an iceberg […]