Ice Cubes - Jökulsárlón, Iceland
Jökulsárlón is the best known and the largest of a number of glacial lakes in Iceland. It is situated at the south end of the glacier Vatnajökull between Skaftafell National Park and Höfn. Appearing first only in 1934-1935, the lake grew from 7.9 km² in 1975 to at least 18 km² today because of heavy melting of the Icelandic glaciers. Approaching a depth of 200 m, Jökulsárlón is now probably the second deepest lake in Iceland.
I love to shoot those the small icebergs that float down the short Jökulsá á Breiðarmerkursandi river. The get stranded on the black lava sand beach. The contrast between the lava sand and icebergs at twilight is very interesting to shoot.
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