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Godafoss 1
Dramatic horsehoe shaped falls with a mighty flow of water.
Godafoss 1
Eystrahorn
Dramatic peak rises straight up from the sea at Hvalnes point.
Eystrahorn
Berufjordur
On the road from Djupivogur as viewed from Fossarfell.
Berufjordur
Akranes 2
Just before midnight and still broad daylight with the sun still above the horizon, albeit behind clouds. This view is northwest towards the Snaefellsjokull glacier. A two minute exposure was used to create the slightly ethereal effect.
Akranes 2
Vatnajokul
Landscape in the making with the glacier sweeping across the foreground.
Vatnajokul
Skogafoss
This is taken from a vantage point about half way up the main falls. Thunderous!
Skogafoss
Strokkur
Erupts every 5 minutes or so and it is fun trying to capture the bubble of steam and water just before it erupts.
Strokkur
Seydisfjordur
Our initial approach to Iceland, at 6 am on a cold misty morning.
Seydisfjordur
Seljalandfoss 2
Venturing behind the cascade of the main falls is a drenching experience, but impressive all the same.
Seljalandfoss 2
Kvernafoss
One of the two waterfalls behind the campsite at Grundarfjordur.
Kvernafoss
Krossbaer 2
The mist and low cloud add to the drama in this semi-derelict farm on the south of the island.
Krossbaer 2
Jokulsarlon
Where the glacier meets the sea in a glacial lake, this is a hugely impressive and awesome place.
Jokulsarlon
Hofskirkja
Situated in the south of the island, the church was built in 1884 and was the last turf church built in the old style.
Hofskirkja
Godafoss 4
Dramatic horsehoe shaped falls with a mighty flow of water.
Godafoss 4
Akranes
Just before midnight and still broad daylight with the sun still above the horizon, albeit behind clouds. This view is northwest towards the Snaefellsjokull glacier.
Akranes
Holabrekka ruin
The mist and low cloud add to the drama in this derelict farm on the south of the island.
Holabrekka ruin
Jokulsarlon Beach
Where the glacier meets the sea in a glacial lake, this is a fragment of the glacier washed back up on the beach
Jokulsarlon Beach
Lake Myvatn
Literally "Midge Lake", fortunately they were scarce on our visits. The lava forms are impressive.
Lake Myvatn
Godafoss 2
Dramatic horsehoe shaped falls with a mighty flow of water.
Godafoss 2
Krossbaer 1
The mist and low cloud add to the drama in this semi-derelict farm on the south of the island.
Krossbaer 1
Midnight at Grundarfjordur
The midnight sun is enticing and the brooding shape of the Kirkjufell (Church mountain) completes the image.
Midnight at Grundarfjordur
Seljalandfoss 3
Behind the cascade of the main falls is a drenching experience, but impressive all the same.
Seljalandfoss 3
Gullfoss
Hugely mighty two tiered falls with a thunderous flow of water.
Gullfoss
Domkirkjan Cathedral
Reykjavik Cathedral in the heart of the capital, is a Lutheran kirk....very minimal in the interior, despite the ornate exterior.
Domkirkjan Cathedral
Siglufjordur
On the road from Akureyri to Blonduos around the north fjords.
Siglufjordur
Eyjafjordur
Heading north on the road from Akureyri looking across to Latrastrond
Eyjafjordur
Above Skogafoss
A steep climb up from the main falls leads to these cascades.
Above Skogafoss
Barnafoss
These falls translate as the Children's falls, where the river Hvita narrows above the adjacent Hraunfossar falls.
Barnafoss
Godafoss 3
Dramatic horsehoe shaped falls with a mighty flow of water.
Godafoss 3
Hengifoss
Horsehoe falls captured through the mist.
Hengifoss

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