Here is a composite image that illustrates the change 5 months make in Iceland...quite dramatic.
One of the most surreal beautiful places I've ever seen. These icebergs have calved off the Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier and are floating out to sea through the lagoon that has been formed by the melt water. The lagoon is now the deepest lake in Iceland and has quadrupled in size just since the 1970s due to the effects of climate change. It has been used as a film set for the movies "A View to a Kill," and "Batman Begins," among others. This was an image made in late summer. I'll soon be re-visiting the area to see how it looks in wintertime.