It’s like a beautiful scene from a different time on earth, or a completely different planet altogether. Passed down through Jökulsárlón lagoon through an outlet of the Vatnajökull Glacier, icebergs enter into the North Atlantic. Formed and polished by the ocean, the tide leaves a stunning gallery of massive iceberg sculptures on the volcanic black beaches of Iceland. Photographed here at sunset, just after a rain storm. For scale, this iceberg is about the size of a Jeep.Iceberg Gallery - 2014-03-19_240118_outdoor-scenes.jpg
Photo and caption by Sam Morris / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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