Church of Blue
This church was in the Iceland town of Seydisfjordur. The churches in Iceland are wonderful for photographers. We were able to go into almost all of them and take wonderful pictures. Each church had beautiful colors or steeples or backdrops or some other charm.
Get ready !
FR Une équipe s'apprête à faire une rando sur le glacier (et donne une idée de la taille du truc !!) Skaftafellsjökull est une langue glaciaide du Vatnajökull (qui signifie le glacier des rivières), le plus étendu et volumineux des glaciers d’Islande et l’und es plus grand d’Europe. Il est situé au sud est de l’île et couvre 8,100 km², plus de 8% de la surface du pays. EN A small group is getting ready to do a treck on the glacier (and gives a scale to this shot !) Skaftafellsjökull is a…
Looking down from Fremrimenn, Iceland
Fremrimenn is not a big mountain, but being a part of a narrow range (Hafrafell) between two sidearms of the glacier Vatnajökull, it is a quite spectacular mountain to climb. Between Skaftafell and Öræfajökull, on the south west edge of Vatnajökull. Onhis side of the mountain, but further to the right, is Skaftafellsjökull. On the other side of the mountain is Svinafellsjökull On tumblr
Hverarönd, Namaskard, Myvatn, Iceland
Hverarönd is one of Icelands touristic stops (near the Myvaatn lake), the boiling and spiting sulphuric mud or clay springs make you feel foreign, like you’re trespassing on some unworldly experiment, or like you have gone back in time to the creation of the world itself. However the experience isn't just for your eyes and nose, the place also provides music for your ears as you can hear the scream of steam as it escapes the craters. Out of this world!
Reykjahlíð to Akureyri, North Iceland
Day 7 on Iceland's Ring Road, Reykjahlíð to Akureyri. Looping Lake Myvatn, onto Goðafoss, Ljósavatn Mirror Lake and Laufás, an ancient farm and rectory.