The Caves of Iceland by Mikael Buck.

Ice-Caves-Iceland-6Mikael Buck’s photographs of Iceland’s caves are truly awe-inspiring © Mikael Buck/Sony
Iceland is on many travellers’ wish lists as a must-see destination and this dazzling new photography series will only strengthen your desire for a frosty holiday.
Exciting new sensor technology from Sony has enabled a sharper, low-light look at incredible natural sights and British photographer Mikael Buck has made powerful use of it to capture the majestic icy wonder of the Vatnajokull caves.
Local Icelandic guides Einar Runar Sigurdsson and Helen Maria accompanied Buck around one of the largest glaciers in Europe, with all images taken without a tripod.
No Photoshop stitching techniques were involved either.
Read the full article via These photographs of Iceland’s ice caves are truly breathtaking | Photography | Culture | The Independent

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