Mýrdalsjökull is an ice cap in the south of Iceland. It is located to the north of Vík í Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller ice cap Eyjafjallajökull. The icecap of the glacier covers an active volcano called Katla. In Icelandic, Mýrdalsjökull means the “mire valley glacier”. Driving to this location was not really hard, it is just few minutes from the main “no 1” road. It was perfect weather for admiring Mýrdalsjökull. It is impressive to see it with your own eyes and be so lucky to have sunny weather while beeing there. It took me almost half a day to admire it’s beauty and majesty. I used the Tokina 11-20 mm f/2.8 wide angle lens at 11 mm to hardly capture Mýrdalsjökull in just one frame. Thanks to “Tokina Polska” and “NEXT77” who supplied me with this gear. During summer time you notice there so many colors in just one place. Despite so much ice there it wasn’t really freezing. For higher resolution and more Color Digital photographs visit the gallery

Additionally I am attaching below setup preview of taking that photograph. “The making of” picture was taken with mobile phone.

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