Photo taken somewhere south in Iceland driving southeast along the coastline which is dotted with glaciers. I’m not sure if it is Frankenstorm Sandy that stirred me towards this photo tonight or the grayness of the late November sky. Nevertheless it gravitated towards me and pulled at me to use it. I’m hoping that this storm isn’t as damaging as they predict. Hope all is well and everyone is safe.
How could I ever forget my first glacial hike in Iceland? The photos show the brilliant aquamarine fissures within the ice. Some of the carvings were a work of art in themselves. The texture of ice is truly awe-inspiring and beautiful. This post is written in response to Ailsa’s (from Where’s my Backpack) Weekly Travel Theme: Texture. To feel more texture posts, click here. Hope you enjoyed the journey!