Husband and wife photographers Tim Vollmer and Marketa Kalvachova spent months photographing icebergs and glaciers in Iceland.
The stunning photographs exhibit the variety of shapes, sizes, and colors of Iceland’s glistening ice.
In an interview with Yahoo! News, Tim said, “Marketa and I moved to Iceland in 2005 and we instantly fell in love with the snow and ice.
We became fascinated by the textures and tones. Every day we go out to shoot pictures the light, formation, shape and colors are completely different.
The life cycle of the landscape creates unbelievable sights. All these images were taken over the last couple of months but if I went back now they would look different.”
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