Nature photographers have an asset and it’s their sight. Also, the asset has some rewards to give. For this photographer, it was the beautiful pictures of ice caves in Iceland.
Sarah Bethea’s pictures of the ice caves are mesmerizing. It seems like it cannot exist on Earth but it does. Her trip to Iceland turned out to be successful as the timing of her visit was apt. The light made the cave lit up.
Being a photographer, she couldn’t forget to click the pictures and the result is beyond mystical.
Sarah explained her happiness and said, “I have always wanted to be a conservationist and I think photos are a great way to inspire love and appreciation of nature. They can help us connect to and care for places we have not yet seen and can illustrate important issues and the need for action. I think it’s wonderful if people see my photos and are inspired to get outside and see these places for themselves, but first and foremost I hope to connect people with nature, and show them that these places are worth saving.”
You gotta take a look at the pictures to witness the beauty of caves for yourself.
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I graduate from university in two weeks! However, as it’s nearly time for finals, I’ve been stuck inside behind a computer screen working on homework for many days in a row. In my homework breaks, I’ve been online shopping for new backpacking gear and editing up the photos that I’ve taken over the past year. Both of those activities only make my cabin fever worse 😆 This day in Iceland was one of my most productive days as far as photography goes. Ice caves are remarkably photogenic and I keep coming back to edit this set