Where clouds kiss the mountains.
Endless winding roads.
Sheeps! sheeps everywhere.
The rift valley at Thingvellir national park.
As the Strokkur geyser erupts.
Black beach and green cliffs at Vik.
Vik is just beautiful.
Alpine lupine flowers with the Vatnajökull glacier is the background.
View of the Vatnajökull glacier near Hof.
Icebergs melt away in the Jökulsárlón lake.
Hverir geothermal area.
Through the misty mountains of Westfjords.
The tail fin of a humpback whale almost touches the boat.
The puffin island near Husavik.
Seagulls at the coast in Stykkisholmur.
A natural hot spring near Brjánslækur.
Colourful houses on the Flatly islands.
Harlequin duck, supposedly the most beautiful bird in Iceland.
A pen used to sort sheep near Husavik.
Into the countryside.
All the wool you can get at Alafoss.
Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavík.
Museum The Pearl (Perlan).
View of Reykjavik from Perlan.
The solar voyager landmark.
Some take on the challenge of cycling across Iceland.
Bird colonies on the cliffs at Londrangar.
Mare and calf in the setting sun.
A brief summary of Iceland.
Where to go next?
Iceland is a nature lover’s paradise. Same goes for a landscape photographer. The nature in Iceland is just out of this world. It’s just remarkable how diverse the topography is, for a relatively small island. It’s also a great location if you want to get away from people. You could be driving for hours without meeting a single car. In this post I want to talk about some of the experience and some of the practicalities of travelling in Iceland.