Eye Level Photographs of Blue Ice Julieanne Kost

Photographer  Julieanne Kost’s recent trip to Antartica consisted of exploring the icy weather’s natural frozen castles around Black Head, Cuverville Island, and Pleneau Bay. To experience the beauty of the icebergs at eye level, Kost spent her time aboard a zodiac boat. 

The results were a group of stunning shots, which capture the intriguing turquoise and deep blue epicenters. The uncanny perception delivered a multi-layered view within the icebergs.


Sky lake in New York, viewed from Shawangunk ridge - one of the most eastern ridges of the Appalachians. Made of sandstones and conglomerates, formed in the Ordovician.