Ice Cave With A Waterfall

These incredible pictures capture a breath-taking waterfall falling through crystal clear ice caves. An intrepid British photographer visited these hidden undulating caverns of ice that appear temporarily at the edge of glaciers. The stunning pictures were shot at the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, in South-East Iceland. The lack of air in the ice means that it absorbs all visible light, apart from the blue fraction which creates the stunning colours.

 These incredible pictures capture a breath-taking waterfall falling through crystal clear ice caves. An intrepid British photographer visited these hidden undulating caverns of ice that appear temporarily at the edge of glaciers. The stunning pictures were shot at the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, in South-East Iceland. The lack of air in the ice means that it absorbs all visible light, apart from the blue fraction which creates the stunning colours.

 These incredible pictures capture a breath-taking waterfall falling through crystal clear ice caves. An intrepid British photographer visited these hidden undulating caverns of ice that appear temporarily at the edge of glaciers. The stunning pictures were shot at the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, in South-East Iceland. The lack of air in the ice means that it absorbs all visible light, apart from the blue fraction which creates the stunning colours.

 These incredible pictures capture a breath-taking waterfall falling through crystal clear ice caves. An intrepid British photographer visited these hidden undulating caverns of ice that appear temporarily at the edge of glaciers. The stunning pictures were shot at the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, in South-East Iceland. The lack of air in the ice means that it absorbs all visible light, apart from the blue fraction which creates the stunning colours.

 These incredible pictures capture a breath-taking waterfall falling through crystal clear ice caves. An intrepid British photographer visited these hidden undulating caverns of ice that appear temporarily at the edge of glaciers. The stunning pictures were shot at the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, in South-East Iceland. The lack of air in the ice means that it absorbs all visible light, apart from the blue fraction which creates the stunning colours.