The Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon presents an amazing photographic opportunity. Here you'll find icebergs that have calved off the massive glacier and slowly work their way out to sea. And if you're lucky you'll be able to photograph icebergs that have been stranded on the black sand beach just below the lagoon. It was the black sand beach that we were really hoping would have some icebergs for us to photograph. We arrived at Jokulsarlon around 3am and immediately noticed icebergs on the beach so we first stopped on the East side of the bridge. We quickly realized though that off in the distance were some really nice icebergs just across the river on the West side of the bridge so we drove over there after making just a few images. And what a display, the light had a soft, pinkish quality and the icebergs were large, had interesting shapes and were very close to shore. I have to say that this was the most incredible natural display I had ever seen, just couldn't believe my eyes or our good fortune with the timing and conditions. We made some long exposures to give the ocean a soft blurry feel against the crisp jagged shapes of the icebergs. Not sure how long we were there but no doubt time stood still for quite a while. From there, still running on adrenaline, we hopped over to Jokulsarlon for a few images before heading down to Skaftafell National Park to make camp and catch a much needed nap! But what a morning!