ICELAND – ABANDONED BLUE BERG

Unfortunately, I am at home with a nasty case of the flu at the moment. I have managed to dodge the ‘flu-bullet’ for the last several weeks whilst everyone around me has been sequentially struck down with it (everyone has been falling like dominos around here). Alas, its snuck up on me and I am currently laid up with all the usual symptoms. The weekend was a write off and I have had no energy for even a short editing and processing session in front of the computer until now – hence the lack of posts over the last few days.

During one of my last few days in Iceland I drove back to the Jokulsarlon Glacier lagoon and the nearby black sand beaches to see if any fresh icebergs had washed ashore – as indeed they had. This iridescent blue iceberg, polished by the waves was beautifully back lit and was glowing from within when I set up my tripod and took this photograph. For scale, the iceberg is about the size of a small car. A higher resolution version of this photograph is on my main Portfolio website under Iceland. Prints are available upon request.

Abandoned Blue Berg

2 Comments

  1. ceswzdf
    Posted September 24, 2010 at 2:21 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Wow!

  2. Jo
    Posted September 13, 2010 at 4:28 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Magnificent shot!

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