Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist

Photographer Tim Campbell made amazing shots of the largest glacier in Europe, which is located in Iceland – Vatnayekyudl. His lens also hit icebergs, caves, consisting entirely of ice and other beauty of the northern countries of the European continent, the land of the Vikings and trolls.

His project created by a photographer with renowned Slovenian mountaineers Klemenov Premrlom Rachel and Shelby, who agreed to accompany him on his journey. Photoshoot with climbers in the works were presented by Kempla.

Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist   Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist   Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist   Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist   Spectacular photos of Iceland glaciers by Tim Kempele The Monarchist

Tim Campbell admitted that he was impressed by the Icelandic spaces and could not take his eyes off the spectacular views:

“I’ve never seen anything like it. It is a landscape that is changing on your eyes and always looks incredible, “- he says.

The name of Iceland refers to “ice the country.” It is a small island in the north-west Europe. Contrary to the name, and the presence of glaciers, Iceland is  not an Arctic country. The climate is maritime, moderately cool, windy, wet and changeable. July and August – the warmest months ( July is about+20 ° C). In addition, Iceland is the most sparsely populated country. Only 320 thousand people lives here. All of them are indigenous Icelanders who  accustomed to the harsh climate.