TOKYO-2017 Nature / Landscapes

Inside the deepest glaccier cave

  • Prize
    Gold in Book/Nature, 1st Place winner in Book, Gold in Editorial/Environmental, Bronze in Nature/Landscapes
  • Photographer
    Peter Svoboda

Icelandic Ice cave tunnels are situated in glacier's end bottom. They are created and formed by the melting waters and warm air during summer. The picturew are showing different places inside Vátnajokull and Myrdalsjokull glacier. Light is just natural coming from the dozens of meters high chimney and windows created in ice. Images taken in November 2017.

Peter Svoboda - Master QEP (Master Qualified European Photographer), member of FEP (Federation of European photographers) and APFSR (Association of Slovak professional Photographers) Peter is internationally accomplished Landscape photographer based in Slovakia. Peter's work is mainly focused on landscapes showing a strong mood and interesting light, in color or black&white. His pictures are known as precisely composed, often capturing rare moments of human presence in Nature, intended to emphasizes man's respect to the Nature. Peter's work was exhibited in well known galleries around the Gl