Perfectly calm weather and overcast skies created conditions ideal for capturing reflections of floating icebergs in a glacial fjord on the northern coast of Spitsbergen, the main, and largest island of the Svalbard archipelago. This particular capture was actually a drive by shooting, which is why I had the shutter speed up to 1/160. Landscape photography from a skiff can be a challenge with different eyes seeking different things, mitigating waves, and positioning for the exact composition. So sometimes, you just shoot as you go. I shot a variety of images in this fjord, in which we cruised for 2-3 hours looking for birds and marine life, and these sorts of epic scenes so richly colored with vibrating blues.