Giant bubbles of melting ice hang down from the roof of this amazing ice cave.
Vast amounts of meltwater flows hurriedly through the cave - but this daring group of photographers enjoyed the stunning surroundings.
The group, who visited Iceland to see not only the ice caves but also the Northern Lights, had the caves all to themselves to marvel at its peculiar carvings.
Landscape photographer Iurie Belegurschi, 30, used 30-second long exposure shots to capture the movement of the water through the caves.
Along with his group of fellow photographers, Iurie travelled by 4x4 and walked using crampons on his feet to the caves in Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland.
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