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El interior de este glaciar en Islandia realmente parece ser de otro planeta

Localizado dentro del glaciar islandés de Vatnajökull hay maravillosas cavernas azules que te dejarían sin palabras.

Estas cuevas son sólo accesibles en algunas épocas de año. Puede revelar diferentes puntos de acceso a un sistema complejo de cuevas que están disponibles sólo por unas semanas hasta que el glaciar vuelve a cambiar.

El glaciar Vatnajökull es uno de los más grandes del mundo y sus cuevas son inaccesibles sin la ayuda de un uía. Algunas de las cuevas requieren caminatas y escaladas de casi dos horas por el hielo.

Maravíllate con sus alucinantes imágenes.

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15Inside the 'ABC cave' - which stands for Amazing Blue Cave Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15On top of the Vatnajökull glacier Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)

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(Rex Features via AP Images)

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15Guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson is seen ice climbing inside the 'Waterfall Cave' Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15Inside the 'ABC cave' - which stands for Amazing Blue Cave. This view shows a snow storm outside the entrance to the cave Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15Guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson is seen ice climbing inside the 'Waterfall Cave' Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)

EMBARGOED FOR USE ONLINE AND PRINT UNTIL 00:01 26/11/15Guide Helen Maria is pictured inside the waterfall cave Photographer explores Vatnajökull glacie using Sony's back-illuminated full-frame sensor, Iceland - 25 Nov 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/rm22 Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony's world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor, which features in the 7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony's new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. The images were taken without the use of any external sources - just the natural light that filters through the ice caves.  (Rex Features via AP Images)

(Rex Features via AP Images)