Iceland is amazing. It’s a small country and island with stunning beauty. It is an island that where the land itself lives and breaths. There are geo-thermal areas, volcanos, glaciers, waterfalls and overwhelming vistas. This past summer I was leader for a Phase One PODAS workshop there and returned from the trip a ton of great images. I’ll be sharing them here as time goes on. Today’s image was shot at Jökulsárlón a Glacier Lagoon formed when the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier began to recede. Icebergs calf off of the glacier and float in this lagoon eventually being washed out to sea. Many of those end up on a black sand beach. More on that in another post. This shot just happened in one of those amazing moments. I love the beam of sunlight and the blue of the icebergs. Hope you enjoy it too. Photographed with a Phase One P65+ and 150mm lens.