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Glacier lake

It was very cold. The wind whipped around our faces and hands, eventually making our hands numb. The sun, what sun there was, was fleeing. The clouds loomed up ominously. None of that mattered, as my newest obsession established itself.

Jökulsárlón has seeped into my core.

PJD

Photos by PJD, Jökulsárlón, Iceland, 2012. As previously noted, these photos were made possible by the consummate driving skills of my good friend, who patiently showed me around his homeland. I am not sure he’ll ever really know how much I appreciated that.

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  1. W-O-W! these are truly beautiful!!

    October 31, 2012
    • I would probably be keen enough to get back to Iceland that I would get in a viking-style longboat and sail there, in the event that fossil-fuel driven flight becomes impractical.

      I suppose if it came to that thought there would be no Glacier lake.

      Right place, right time!

      November 1, 2012

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