On a beach along the southeast coast of Iceland, chunks of ice wash ashore against thick, black, volcanic sand. Some are the size of boulders, others would fit in your hand. Light hits the ice and, exaggerated by the dark surface beneath, illuminates it and makes it glow, revealing a fascinating world of shapes, layers, textures and colours. Thousands of pieces of ice lie along the beach. Each is utterly unique and totally transient, some captured here in a specific moment in time, before melting into new shapes and returning to the water from whence they came.