Photograph Collection: Glaciers

Aialik Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska
Bear Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska
Chunks of ice from Eyjafjallajökull Glacier, covered in volcanic ash from the 2010 eruption, Iceland
Eyjafjallajökull Glacier, Iceland

Author: Nathan Bush Wedding Photography

My name is Nathan Bush and I am a loving husband, an avid world traveler, an adventurer, and an off-road and Jeep enthusiast. I began my serious journey into photography in the mountains of Patagonia Argentina where I fell in love with the wilderness world. My passion has taken me to Iceland, Alaska, Peru, Argentina, Belgium, the Netherlands, and countless National Parks.  A good friend once told me I should combine my knack for beautiful landscape photography with capturing the details of their wedding, so I decided to dive right into the challenge. It has been quite a ride from there, and thus today, my passion for photography has evolved to capturing the raw candid emotion and intimate moments involved in wedding photography.

12 thoughts on “Photograph Collection: Glaciers”

  1. Wow, what amazing formations. Was the terrain very different from Alaska to Icleand? I think ice and think it must be very similar but at least from the pictures you posted here, it looks very different.

    1. Alaska has much taller mountains and is much more mountainous overall. Also far more wildlife. Iceland is all volcanic, so picture thousands of square miles of flight hard lava rock, and less-tall volcanic mountains. I have a few pictures of Iceland’s landscape if you click around my Iceland photography posts. Thanks for viewing!

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