One more image from my 12 day January tour around Iceland with www.lichtjahre.eu (there is more comming).
This is the popular black lava sand beach below the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon where the river outlet dumps smaller icebergs that flow down the river. The magic of photographing this popular location in January is that the sun rises to the south and you can let it shine through the crystal clear ice just as it crosses the horizon. The colorful sunlight scatters throughout the ice illuminating the whole iceberg. In summer one would have to stand in the sea or river to be able to get a shot like this.
Also, as I am not a morning person I can wake up late (9-10pm) this time of year and still get the sunrise an hour later. That might be influencing my opinion about liking mid winter as the best season to photograph.
I used an reverse GND filter to enhance the color of the iceberg against the sky, placing it all the the to the bottom of the iceberg. There isn´t really much post processing here, just some highlight dampening on the bright top part of the iceberg and some contrast enhancements.