JOKULSARLON GLACIER LAGOON

This area is part of the tributary to the Glacier beach. Care must be taken as all the Icebergs are moving. These massive ice sculptures are still there in the summer!
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FENCE STUDY

This image may seem cold to you but not as cold as I was! It was shot shortly after a small drama! Walking across pure white snow en route to this fence I found a large chasm with a running brook at its base. I had fallen in about 7 feet. I was unhurt but soaked in snow. To get out I had to cut steps in the snow with my tripod. I got the shot thoug...
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SUNSET ON ICEBERGS

Here's an interesting juxtaposition between the setting sun lighting the clouds up in a warm haze and reflected in the black volcanic sand. The image is held tight by the cool block of Ice in the opposite corner.
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BLACK VOLCANIC BEACH PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

Here's how I went about getting the image of the 3 Icebergs: A stormy layered sky and black volcanic sand give you so many options. If you combine that with a nearby Glacier calving mini-Icebergs down to the beach then photography heaven is yours!! You often find "tourist overload" at Iconic locations but not to worry there is always a workaroun...
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THE LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER

A minimalist panorama. It's first light and the night skies are gradually giving way to the creeping dawn revealing a lone figure eagerly anticipating the light! Location: Skeioararsandur flatlands near the Skeidioararjokull Glacier South Iceland with Michael Pilkington of aspect2i TTFN
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ICELANDIC VOLCANIC BEACH STUDY

A lightning slash of Jet black volcanic sands twinned with a threatening sky helped me to produce this powerful image. This was shot on the south coast of Iceland just prior to one of their worst storms in years...more to come about that! TTFN
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