This was much more interesting to actually look at than any photo can portray, but I hoped to bring home a little of the wonder. This tiny scene plays out millions of times as glaciers break and travel down the mountains, collecting sediments as they go. These volcanic sediments will shortly fall to the black sand beaches near Jokulsarlon beach in Southeast Iceland and become part of a wide angle photos I’m sure! Composing and finding the right composition was difficult due to close quarters in the ice and pieces of ice blocking the view. This section was a 75% crop of the original, maybe 8 x 10 inches. 6 images were blended for sharp focus throughout.