Iceland is a magical country full of so many natural wonders that it's hard to pick a favorite. But I fell in love with the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. We visited in the winter when the lagoon was overflowing with massive chunks of iridescent ice and eerily devoid of people. And, yes, the colors in the ice really are this vibrant!
excerpt from I'M WITH ANXIOUS by Suzanne Brown
He pulls into another dirt lot, and the headlights illuminate the surreal landscape in front of us. This Gunna body knows that the lagoon is usually sapphire blue in the daylight and spotted with chunks of light blue ice. But at night, the water is inky black and the ghostly chunks of ice almost glow. Some chunks are as tall as two-story buildings, but they all eventually melt smaller and smaller until they finally turn into water in the lagoon. It’s basically an ever-changing pot of glacial soup.
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