In the second in a series of articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us through the process of getting his striking shot of Goðafoss - the ‘waterfall of the gods’ in Northern Iceland. As well as gear choices, Marom explains his compositional approach, and the software techniques that he used to get the final result. 

In the second in a series of articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us through the process of getting his striking shot of Goðafoss - the ‘waterfall of the gods’ in Northern Iceland. As well as gear choices, Marom explains his compositional approach, and the software techniques that he used to get the final result. 

"As brine from the sea ice sinks, a ‘brinicle’ forms threatening life on the sea floor with a frosty fate. A bizarre underwater ‘icicle of death’ has been filmed by a BBC crew.


With timelapse cameras, specialists recorded salt water being excluded from the sea ice and sinking. The temperature of this sinking brine, which was well below 0 degrees C, caused the water to freeze in an icy sheath around it.

Where the so-called “brinicle” met the sea bed, a web of ice formed that froze everything it touched, including sea urchins and starfish.The unusual phenomenon was filmed for the first time by cameramen Hugh Miller and Doug Anderson for the BBC One series Frozen Planet.”