Kevin Raber

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Iceland Ice

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Moon rise over ice, Jökulsárlón Iceland

Ice is so incredible. IT is not cliched. You can’t take a pictures of a glacier or ice berg and come back in an hour and shoot the same shot. It’s dynamic. Here today gone tomorrow. That’s one of the reasons I love shooting ice in many parts of the world. So, todays image was made at the very popular  Jökulsárlón lake or lagoon in Iceland. Movies have been shot here and it is visited by almost everyone that comes to visit Iceland, but it usually never fails to give incredible images. This image was made this past June at 3:30 AM.  It doesn’t get dark that time of year but the light does change for just a little while. It gets cold and blue and an erie kind of color is there, almost light with out color. So, I shot this with a long lens with the moon coming up. I have another from this same series I will publish later.


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