Reddit user VolcanosMeltMeDown recently had the rare opportunity to explore an ice cave near the Skaftafell glacier with her Icelandic boyfriend, who had a special surprise in store for her. Luckily, since the couple are both photographers, they managed to document the entire journey thanks to a camera and tripod, capturing gorgeous images of the icy cave.
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At first, these abstract images are difficult to decipher. However, look more closely and hints of a landscape begin to emerge. Created by Russian photographer Andre Ermolaev, these new images in his ongoing series of Iceland's volcanic rivers consist of amazing aerial perspectives that…
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Iceland is known to be a visually stunning country and Reykjavik-based photographer Frodi Brinks captures the broad landscapes masterfully to exhibit their sheer beauty. His Iceland series presents a dramatic view of the breathtaking nation in black and white. There's a calming elegance about his images that wash over the viewer like one of Iceland's waterfalls.
The black and white…Continue
Added by Pinar on July 4, 2013 at 10:19am — No Comments