From Barry Neild’s post for CNN Photos:

In November, with winter fast closing in, photographer Zack Seckler strapped himself into an ultra-light aircraft and headed off into squally skies over southern Iceland.

He returned with incredible images that show a different view of the wild Nordic landscapes drawing more and more visitors each year.

Away from the volcanoes and sheer-walled glaciers that have come to symbolize Iceland, Seckler’s aerial shots reveal an ethereal, textured world where ice-blue meltwaters swirl into crystalline seas populated by seals, sea lions and seabirds.

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