Thursday, 16th February 2012
Entrance to Ice age
by Shy Cohen
One of the most unique experience I had on my trip in winter to Iceland was visiting ice caves.
These Ice caves should be reached and entered with a special knowledgeable guide. Since by nature they are unstable it is dangerous and unsafe to enter alone without guidance.
This is the entrance to the cave. I was intrigued by the special curves of the ice shelf. Almost like fish scales.
Also here you can see the differenet tones created by the light.
The entrance is lit by the outside sunshine which is also reflected. Inside it gets blue and bluer and cold as well (-:
Equipment: canon 7d canon 10-22
I am an amateur photographer fascinated by the vast beauty of nature, especially seascapes.
I also have a passion for macro photography and its way of showing us natures intricate details.