Icebergs on Jokulsarlon black beach, Iceland poster by Neale And Judith Clark. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Blue ice, black beach - A large Blue Iceberg on Jokulsarlon Black Beach Jokulsarlon Iceland Europe - this chunk of ice was chest high and whilst... more
Blue ice, black beach - A large Blue Iceberg on Jokulsarlon Black Beach Jokulsarlon Iceland Europe - this chunk of ice was chest high and whilst seeming innocent nearly finished us off - a rogue wave came unexpectedly close and dislodged the berg sending it toppling into Neale who was holding his camera and tripod to take a long exposure shot of the ice moving in the water - he fell backwards holding the camera and tripod above his head saving us hundreds of pounds/dollars in new equipment but earned himself a very cold bath!
The icebergs that calve from the glacier edge move towards the river mouth and get entrenched at the bottom. The movement of the icebergs fluctuates with the tide currents, as well as being affected by wind. However, they start floating as icebergs when their size is small enough to drift to the sea. These icebergs are seen in two shades: milky white and bright blue, which depends on the air trapped within the ice and is an interplay of light and ice crystals. T...
About Neale And Judith Clark
Neale's taken photos for as long as he can remember and can't imagine not being photographer. He was already processing his own film and shooting with an SLR in primary school! We met at University and discovered a shared passion for travel and artwork. We've since travelled the world shooting together but the travel has always been completely linked to photography and somehow very little compares to the magic of capturing a new location in the perfect light. We hope that these images capture the feeling that we had when we saw that light and really portray the atmosphere of the locations. They've been used all over the planet to illustrate books, magazines, travel brochures, calenders and websites. Maybe they would look good on your wall!...