The land of fire, ice & waterfalls
During the spring of 2018 I took off for a 7x day landscape photography trip through Western and Southern Iceland which included stops at the Snaefellsjoekull National Park, the Golden Circle, Vik, Reynisfjara Beach, Skaftafell, Jökulsárlón and Hofn. Iceland is a place like nowhere else I’d ever visited…a landscape and weather system that changes at every turn…within the space of a 2x hour drive you will come across huge green canyons, snow capped mountains, electric blue glaciers, rushing cascades, gigantic waterfalls, rolling hills, bubbling geysers and pools of icebergs. Iceland is literally a sensory overload, like you are constantly spoilt for choice on what and where to look at and a place that you can only scratch the surface with a week’s visit. Below are a collection of some of my favourite photos from the trip including shots of Skógafoss, Gullfoss, Seljalandsfoss, Snaefellsjoekull National Park, Kirkjufellsfoss, Seljalandsfoss Cave & Jökulsárlón.