We had a loooot of fun and I came back with plenty nice pictures of us. Seljalandsfoss Vik Reynisdrangar Dryhólaey Sólheimasandur beach Svartifoss Cleaning ND filters On the way to Landmannalaugar Lava field above Landmannalaugar hut Below Brennisteinsalda “High waters” Jökulsárlón Papa smurf Dettifoss Mývatn lake Grjótagjá Goðafoss Hvítserkur Arnastapi, […]
Dramatic sky is always great in black & white
Some Iceland’s churches Vik Approaching Landmannalaugar Ljótipollur On the road from Akureyri to the west West fjords beaches Our car
Hverfjall, cone ring volcano in the back Mývatn is a shallow lake in an area of active volcanism. It’s an interested area to observe birds, landscape evaluation, glacial geology and also human settlement. Víti is a huge explosion crater, about 300 metres in diameter. The crater was formed during a […]
Reykjavík is believed to be the location of the first permanent settlement in Iceland around 870 AD. With population of around 120,000 it’s the heart of Iceland’s economic and governmental activity.
The Hallgrímskirkja is a Lutheran parish church in Reykjavík. At 74.5 metres it’s the largest church in Iceland and it is named after the Icelandic poet Hallgrímur Pétursson. The church took 41 years to build, from 1945 till 1986.The modern Nordic design of Hallgrímskirkja is work of state architect Guðjón […]
Most beautiful place on Earth? Brennisteinsalda volcano (855 m). The name means sulphur wave, from the sulphur spots which have coloured its sides. Multicolored rhyolite mountains The Laugavegur is a trekking route from the hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Þórsmörk. Trek is 55km long and […]