A selection of glacier cave photographs from several glaciers including Castner, Canwell, Black Rapids, Gakona, Root, and Augustana. Photographing these so-called "ice caves" is physically demanding, technically challenging, and sometimes dangerous. Some of the caves I've explored extended for thousands of feet into total darkness. The resulting images are often quite surreal, though I never have enough time to explore all the angles in these ephemeral natural wonders. For tips on photographing ice caves, see my blog post How To Photograph An Ice Cave. If you're interested in seeing an ice cave, see here for tour information.