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Trying out the photo essay service by Exposure with a post on one of my favourite places in the world.
Jökulsárlón is a deep glacial lake in southeast Iceland formed by the retreating glacier, Breiðamerkurjökull. The lagoon is full of ice blocks calved from the face of the glacier that drift in the cold water, slowly melting until they’re small enough to make their way along a channel that leads to the Atlantic.
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+Miles Storey Ah, I can identify with that :) Times flies and then you realise you haven't posted anything or you've not got a clear idea in mind! The good thing about what you've just done is that it focuses you on a 'project' rather than just a random set of photos that are posted to a blog. Gorgeous start Miles - looking forward to more... :)
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Beautiful portraits.
Photo © Drew Doggett-All Rights Reserved Idly thumbing the pages of a society magazine aimed at the residents on Long Island, I stumbled on an article about Drew Doggett's horse photography, which mentioned that the photograp...
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One of the windiest most desolate places I've ever been. Beautiful too.
#lighthouse #iceland  
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A tree, in the woods.
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The waterfall in the foreground here is Kirkjufellsfoss, named after Kirkjufell, the mountain in the background.

If you google "Kirkjufellsfoss" and look at the images returned you will see this is an extremely common viewpoint. Getting both the waterfall and mountain into the frame requires moving down to the level of the stream but when I was there the rocks were coated with ice and I didn't feel like chancing it! So I set up on the edge and took two shots to make a 'vertorama' and get the whole scene in one image.

Taken with a 5d mk2 using a 17-40mm and B&W nd110 filter for a 10s exposure.

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Great shot & composition, nice monochrome processing.
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A church in the small village of Hellnar in Iceland.
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I stayed at the Volcano Hotel during a trip to Iceland in April, 2012 and I could not have been happier with the service at the hotel and the quality of the rooms. It is a relatively new hotel with clean and modern furniture. There are local touches around the building, such as black pebbled floors, that provide the place with character. The staff are great. I lost the charger cord for my laptop and they quickly rustled up a compatible one for me to use. The breakfast buffet is expansive but the home cooked evening meals are wonderful, tasty and fresh. Easily the best food I had during my trip. I had only planned to stay one night but, on my way back to Reykjavik after driving along the south coast, I made sure to stay there again. Highly recommended.
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Justin is endlessly creative with his camera, his portraits are clever and fun, never boring. He listens and understands what we want and embellishes it with just the right amount of magic for the occasion.
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