Jokulsarlon Ice Lagoon can be such a unique place of beauty. Sometimes the beauty is hard to find & when you do, you feel somehow responsible for the beauty, on the basis of being an observer.
I was drawn to these two contrasting chunks of floating, glacier ice. Some ice was reflecting the pink of the clouds along with the mist. The backlighting on the iceberg gives the glacier ice a stunning outline.
Some of Jökulsárlón’s ice fell as snow during the time of the Sagas, more than a thousand years ago. Recent observations show that the ice is vanishing at a 100-meter annual rate. The glacier shelf is penetrated by warmer seawater from the North Atlantic Ocean that seeps beneath the lagoon. This stimulates the glacier’s melting and draws fish, seals, and birds in addition to hastening it. Thus, the lagoon could easily be one of Iceland’s best settings for wildlife photography. This rich feeding place allows the wildlife photographer to capture seals and birds all year round.
Photo Art Print
This image of a glacier landscape in Iceland will add some drama to your wall. I picked the top components to portray the drama on the glacier lagoon. This lovely photo print will be the ideal housewarming present. Iceland’s distinctive topography and climate make for a wide range of interesting natural photography subject matter. The mixture of natural features sch as volcanoes, beaches and waterfalls make Iceland an outstanding location for all.
My photo art is printed on canvas, aluminium or museum grade paper.