Tuesday, July 3, 2018

ICELAND: Diamond Beach


Directly across the street from Jokulsarlon is the Diamond Beach. Here, pieces of the glacier from the lagoon travel into the ocean. Many of these large chunks of ice end up beached on the volcanic black sands. The result is an incredibly alien landscape, where bright white and blue chunks of ice contrast sharply against the stark black ground. This location is constantly changing, and so you are always in for a different landscape depending on the lighting, and the ice that has washed up.

During our visit, the skies were overcast and there was some cold rain. However, the beach was still breathtaking.










This is part of a series of posts about our trip to Iceland.

Like this post? Follow for more!

BLOGLOVIN | YOUTUBE | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER | ETSY

3 comments:

  1. Ah Iceland, beautiful Iceland, so wanna go there! Thanks for sharing these wonderful images. Today I actually posted a blog post about music videos shot in amazing places, and one of them was Iceland. Bon Ivers Holocene. And now seeing this post, almost seems like a sign ��

    ReplyDelete
  2. As of September 2012, the normal inhabitance rate for hotels inside the city of Miami Beach achieved 75.9 percent which is the most noteworthy it has been in the previous 12 years.pet friendly hotel in hays ks

    ReplyDelete
  3. It is a good and amazing article. Your information is very useful for me and for others. thank you so much. average cost of 1 carat diamond

    ReplyDelete