Deep under the Vatnajokull Glacier in Iceland lies a maze of ice caves, including the one below portrayed in the awesome photograph below. The image was taken by Hervé Loire, a French photographer with a knack for creating incredible landscape photographs:
Taken using a Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Loire employed a wide angle lens set at 28mm to capture a large portion of the huge, underground ice cave. At an aperture of f/11 and an ISO of 400, he was able to pull off a long exposure of 25 seconds creating an evenly exposed image with a nice, milky effect on the water.
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