Two months ago I traveled extensively in Iceland to set up a new photo tour there:

Iceland Winter Wilderness (videoclip)

This image was shot on the famous black beach near Jökulsarlón. Almost all the images I had seen of this place had no reference for scale, so it was quite a surprise to see the actual size of the ice chunks - some of them were man-sized on one day, and broken into thousands of smaller bits the next.

For this shot I decided to include my wife Daniella (who also shot the amazing video above) in the frame as both an interesting focal point and a scale reference. It was cold and windy that morning, but the soft light and muted colors were wonderful. I chose a relatively slow shutter speed to create the streaky effect of the incoming tide.

If you're interested in joining us on this spectacular trip, please check out my website for more information, pictures and tour impression video clips:

Squiver Photo Tours & Workshops

Hope to see you there!

Marsel

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