Magic Lake

Categorized as Ice Prints
agic lake Jokulsarlon

This was the view over the glacier lagoon at Jokulsarlon in East Iceland. Small icebergs float in the placid lagoon while the setting sun lights up the sky with fire reds & oranges. The ice on this lake fell as snow one thousand years ago in the times of the Icelandic Sagas.

The incredible sky, dramatic mountains & glacier icebergs all reflected in the quiet glacier lake. This was the first photo I took with my Magic Cloth Technique.

The icebergs break off from the glacier shelf. They float on the lagoon until they are washed out to the untamed ocean. Presently the ice melts at a pace of 100 meters each year

By Tony Prower

Tony Prower spent over 15 years photographing the landscapes of Iceland. Tony Prower is a pioneer of the Magic Cloth Technique and ran thousands of photo tours in Iceland over 10 years.