Ice not only reflects the seasons of cold – it records history. It is not just snow fall that is captured in its library. Each ashfall from the ongoing eruptions is carefully curated, giving us a detailed chronological archive. Blackened lines interspersed between the compacted snow create contrast in the crevices and cracks. The slow flowing ice bends around the underlying landscape and cascades down the sides of the very volcanic cliffs.
Iceland, a land shaped and formed by fires but capped with ice.