Landscape & Travel Photography | Wall Art | Images by Scott Masterton

We live on the edge of nothing...

Mini Ice berg on Jokulsarlon beach, Icleand. The bergs come from the nearby ice lagoon where they calve from the glacier, are washed out to sea through the river that exits the ice lagoon, then the bergs are washed back up onto the beach.

Take a deep breath...

Jokulsarlon Ice Lagoon, Iceland.

Ice Lagoon

Jokulsarlon Ice Lagoon, Iceland.

Slipping away

Icebergs floating in jokulsarlon Ice Lagoon, Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland.

White Ice

Mini Ice bergs from the nearby ice lagoon are firstly washed out to sea through the river that exits the ice lagoon and then the bergs are washed back up onto Jokulsarlon beach, Iceland.

How the story ends...

A Mini Iceberg iies in it's final resting place on the beach at Jokulsarlon, Iceland. Having fallen as rain millenia ago, the water then froze into the nearby glacier where it lay for thousands of year, finally it calfed from the glacier and drifted out to sea and was then washed up on the shore and soon the circle will be complete.

Cold as Ice

A mini iceberg lies on the black volcanic sands of Jokulsarlon beach in Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland, The berg will have calved from the glacier that feeds into Jokulsarlon ice lagoon a short distance away having been born from snow that fell hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years ago. It then floated slowly through the lagoon towards the outfall river and finally out into the sea where it washed up onto the shore. The icebergs appear in two shades: milky white or bright blue like this one, dependent on the air trapped within the ice.

Ice Sharks

Ice sharks play in the surf on the beach at Jokulsarlon on the south coast of Iceland.

How it used to be...

Mini Bergs, Jokulsarlon beach, Iceland.

Visions in Blue

Mini Bergs on Jokulsarlon beach, South Iceland.

Time Melting

Jokulsarlon Ice Lagoon, Iceland.


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