Ice can create some of the most beautiful and fascinating winter wonderland sights. The formation of ice is subject to a million different variables, and the tiniest change in humidity, temperature, or wind speed can create an assortment of natural phenomena. Dark and bright, peculiar hues in a monochrome wild environment in addition to the combination with the tones of the sky. Icebergs can be seen in all shapes and sizes: from surfaces or walls without an apparent limit and columns that seem sculpted by an artist. An iceberg, a cave ice, it is like being inside a diamond, where a wide range of blues glows, from dark to brightest.
An amazing experience around the Vatnajökull region, in Iceland, one of the largest glaciers in Europe. A precise instance when the ice formation has reached its peak, only to know that minutes later its beauty will transform, a unique way to explore the subtlety of nature, a unique world mysterious, wondrous, delicate and ephemeral.
All images and text © Massimo Lupidi
By Massimo Lupidi
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