There are other photographs with ice on this site, but they are largely landscapes with Ice as one component. Here the intent is to focus-sometimes closely-on the ice itself. The beach ice is all from Iceland, unsurprisingly; much of it from the black-sand beaches at or close to Jokulsarlon. The lake ice is all from northern Norway; I haven't provided locations since the ice is by nature transient and its going to be impossible to take these photographs again. All I can say is that if you visit Norway north of the arctic circle in the winter or spring, you probably won't be short of icy lakes. If you can time a visit for when the lake ice is beginning to melt, you'll be spoiled for choice.