If you’re feeling a little groggy today, these pictures taken inside iceland’s blue crystal ice caves might help clear your fuzzy head
Helen Maria Bjornsdottir , who lives in Reykjavik, Iceland, spends her life stuck in a cave. Don’t worry, she’s still alive!
Before taking tourists inside, she assesses the safety of Iceland’s stunning ice caves .
She’s also a keen photographer and has now released this series of stunning images of her place of work.
They reveal the incredible changing landscapes of one of the world’s most beautiful countries – both above ground and below.
Helen says: Inside Iceland’s staggering blue crystal ice caves where no two days are ever the same!
Dangerous beauty Just because a cave is safe to explore one day, it doesn’t mean that it will be the next day
Helen Björnsdóttir works as an ice cave expert – assessing the safety of the caves before leading tourists inside – but also takes photographs herself
Helen, who is from Reykjavik, said: ‘What attracts me to ice caves are how unique they are’
No two days are ever the same in Iceland’s stunning ice caves, as the landscape constantly changes
One of Iceland’s leading ice cave guides has released a series of stunning images showcasing Iceland’s beauty
The adventurers have had to move boulders from the glacier above the entrance to make sure they don’t roll down and block them in
The photo set reveals the incredible changing landscapes of one of the worlds most beautiful countries
The photographer added: ‘Looking at the blue colours and the ever changing forms and shape of the ice caves also amaze me’
There is often a lot of work to be done on the ice caves before tourists can visit safely, like chipping the thin ice away from the ceilings
This incredible image shows the inside of the caves, that almost looks like a bubble-wrap tunnel
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