Crystal Cave – Svínafellsjökull in Skaftafell, Iceland
First of all… “Happy birthday to me. Happy birthday to me. Happy birthday Motley Michelle. Happy birthday to me.” Another year passed….
Now, the Parting Shot. Ice caves are a feature that many glaciers have. Melted by sub-glacial water these features sometimes emerge at the end of glaciers. Inherently unstable these caves can be entered when cold temperatures makes the ice hard and stops the melting and weakening of their structures. This photographer has some incredible photos. I encourage you to go view his website Arctic Photo.
More specifics about this cave and details on photography:
Arctic Photo, Crystal Cave, Öræfajökull via Svínafellsjökull glacier.