The massive Vatnjokull glacier in Iceland is the largest ice cap in Europe. It feeds Jokulsarlon and many other glacier lagoons with mini icebergs and melt water. When the conditions are still and the colours of a sunrise or sunset fill the sky, the colours reflect off the ice and still waters of these lagoons. This is something that can be witnessed in the coldest winter, mid-summer and all year round. I visited the glacier lagoons on a weekly basis for over 10 years. Although I tended to avoid it in the Summer because there became too many tourists that it was no longer enjoyable. Here is an opportunity for you to own one of these beautiful photos for you home, office, website or business.
Hovering over the image will show you the image number in case you want to buy a print or download using the form at the bottom of the page. Clicking on a photo will launch the slide show which will allow you to view the pictures at a decent size. All prints are created without any watermarks, signatures or wording, although this can be requested.
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Order a signed photo print for personal use. Note the number(s) of the photo that you are interested in buying then specify the use, sizes and signed on the front or back.. All advertised prices include post and packaging. Delivery time is around a month for signed prints.
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- 30 cm $40 USD
- 60 cm $65 USD
- 90cm $85 USD
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Iceland Landscape Calendars Calendars make really useful gifts. They help people organise their schedules as well as displaying fantastic images of Iceland. I have created themed calendars with the best of my Northern Lights, Landscapes, waterfalls and glacier ice...
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Northern lights calendars Calendars make really useful gifts. They help people organise their schedules as well as displaying fantastic images of Iceland. I have created themed calendars with the best of my Northern Lights, Landscapes, waterfalls and glacier ice...
Order northern lights posters, calendars and photo products online.
Iceland landscape posters The forces of nature in Iceland are some of the greatest in the world. The battle between fire and ice leave huge battle scars on the rocky island. The remaining landscapes are like the order that comes out of chaos. Thanks to fluctuating...
Photo posters of a variety of Icelandic waterfalls. Easy to order online.
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Last night on the Reykjaness peninsular in South West Iceland there was a lava eruption on Fagradalsfjall mountain. The mountain is between lake Kleifarvatn and the international airport and is just a few miles from the town of Grindavik and the famous ‘Blue Lagoon’ resort.
A small collection of fine art, limited edition photos of Iceland’s Natural landscapes. Each image is limited to 50 prints each. These can be ordered as high quality fine art prints as well as other high-end mediums.
A collection of photos from the diamond ice beach where chunks of glacier ice from Vatnjokull wash up onto the black sand beaches near Jokulsarlon. Buy prints or downloads for personal or commercial use.
Glacier lagoons guarantee ice all year round! The Glacier lagoon at Jökulsarlon has been forming for about 100 years. As the ice shelf retreats it delivers beautiful ice into the lake which drifts slowly towards the mouth of the lagoon. Sometimes, the weather is terrible, but it is unusual to come away with no photos of glacier ice. Because the lagoon connects with the North Atlantic ocean, it is tidal and contains salt. The movement of the lake causes icebergs to move around and turn over. Because of the salt and movement this lagoon rarely freezes.
The Fjallsarlon lagoon is only a 10 minute drive from Jökulsarlon . Because it doesn’t open out to the sea, the icebergs are fairly stationary and the lake surface is more likely to freeze. The lagoon is quite small and the viewing points are closer to the ice shelf which means that you are likely to see the ice calving.