Mother nature is showing off for photographers taking these impressive photos inside the crystal caves in Iceland's Vatnajokull glacier.
When the sun rises or sets outside or if you start a fire inside the cave the light reflects off the ice resembling a frozen waterfall.
In the fall, sightseeing groups start scouting the crystal caves since their formation relies heavily on the weather.
Once it's cold enough and the ice is sturdy enough -- tour guides can take people through the blue, glass-like caverns.
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