These pictures were taken in a different place and almost seventy years after the work by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. Yet, they help me to understand better and fully associate with her drawings and paintings of Grindelwald glacier in Switzerland. When I visited the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed to see the exhibition of a selection of her work "Inspirational Journeys" I immediately related to her way of presenting landscape in a somewhat abstract style. You may see it here. In particular, I responded strongly to her images of the glacier whose essence she shows so well. To me the colour, texture and structure of ice seen in these photographs resemble her work on the glacier series. I can understand her fascination with glaciers, which are so powerful and so vulnerable. Wilhelmina's art collection can be seen at the Art UK page and at her trust's website. My pictures were taken in the Vatnajökull National Park.