Pano of the Jokulsarlon Glacial Lake 8 Raw picture combined to creat this pano.
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Have a look at the workshop to get the flavor of the size as you will be able to see a zoom of the pano. use this link
Jökulsárlón is the best known and the largest of a number of glacial lakes in Iceland. It is situated at the south end of the glacier Vatnajökull between Skaftafell National Park and Höfn. Appearing first only in 1934-1935, the lake grew from 7.9 km² in 1975 to at least 18 km² today because of heavy melting of the Icelandic glaciers. Approaching a depth of 200 m, Jökulsárlón is now probably the second deepest lake in Iceland.
Jökulsárlón is separated from the sea by only a short distance, and the combined action of the glacier, the river that empties from the lake, and the ocean may eventually transform it into an inlet of the sea.
Few more to see: Iceberg in Jokulsarlon glacial lake
Iceberg in Jokulsarlon glacial lake – in a kayak
Iceberg in Jokulsarlon glacial lake – asking about the size 1
Iceberg in Jokulsarlon glacial lake – asking about the size 2
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jjcordier (75086) 2007-12-09 22:10
Excellent stich pour réaliser ce beau panorama présentant de belle façon ce lac envahi par les glaces. Beau travail, Michel!
ViktorVaughn (1521) 2007-12-09 22:58
A great piece of work here stitching all the photos together. You really can see how expansive the lake is, and how bare the area is.
Thanks for all the information, as well as links to previous shot of this, as this was my first time seeing this place.
baclama (17747) 2007-12-10 1:03
encore un tres beau panorama de ce pays de glace et de feu!!
les photos associées sont tres complementaires..
j'aime les couleurs, le format, le cadrage...bref beaucoup de choses
alainh (35581) 2007-12-10 1:05
Excelent work of stiching and a Large Version giving all the powerfull at your picture. it's not the same planet we live !!!
have a nice day Michel
johnfreeman (2274) 2007-12-10 1:07
Great pano. It really gives a sense of scale to Jökulsárlón.
I see we were all busy in our own different ways!
Don't know why but it just didn't occur to me to do panoramas in Iceland although seeing yours it's obviously the perfect place. Yet another thing for the next trip!