Well, by seeing the stunning picture of Iceland Staggering Blue Ice Cave, you must feel that this would be out of this world where no two days are ever the same. Iceland is the incredible changing landscapes of one of the world's most beautiful countries. Explorer “Helen Björnsdóttir” who is from Reykjavik,works as an ice cave expert - assessing the safety of the caves before leading tourists inside but also takes stunning photos herself. Therefore, she has exposed these photographs of the caves that never look the same two days in a row. She said, what attracts me to ice caves is how unique they’re the feeling to enter the glacier and being surrounded by the glacier ice is an incredible feeling. When I look the blue colors and ever changing forms and shape of the ice caves also astonish me. Moreover, that you enter an ice cave and you know that it will not be there next year and you have new ice caves to explore.
Further, before I moved here I had no interest in photography but when I became an ice cave guide, I just couldn't resist taking pictures. For me, it’s quite a complicated art. Although, the ice caves are very dangerous and there’s often a lot of work to be done on the ice caves before we can take travelers near them, like chipping the thin ice away from the ceilings. Moreover, we have also had to move boulders from the glacier above the entrance to make sure they don't roll down and block us in. We’ve to do this every day just because a cave is safe one day, it doesn't mean that it will be the next day. The way the water melts can make a cave very unsafe very fast.'Source: Charismatic Planet