Random Monument in the middle of Iceland.
Ice from glaciers takes on many differnent stresses that give it many different shapes and designs.
Sunset over the “chruch floor” bassalt formation.
Multiple falls in Eastern Iceland
Driving up a dirt road will often get you out from the city lights in Iceland. However you don’t always get a clear sky. That takes luck.
The most powerful waterfall in a country full of them.
The church of Vik, on the South Coast of Iceland.
Husavik is the whale watching capital of Iceland.
Reyðarfjörður, one of the Eastern Fjords of Iceland.
There isn’t a lot of population in Iceland but every once in a while along the main road you come across a farm.
The Northern lights are difficult to photograh but in Iceland at least there is minimum light pollution.
Waterfall among the volcanic rocks of Iceland
The mountains of Eastern Iceland as seen from the ring-road.
Most of Iceland’s electricty production is from Geothermal Power. However it then has to be brought to the population centres by massive power lines.
Mountains along the Southern part of Iceland’s main road.
Rivers and Sunsest are everywhere in Iceland. Sunsets actually take a longer time so far north.
Iceland doesn’t have much grazing land so the majority of their livestock is sheep.
This interesting bassalt formation is known as the church floor as it is as decorative as one.
Icelandic Waterfall Panorama
The Lenticular cloud is something seen in extreme latitudes. These were in Iceland.
Driving along the roads in Iceland you often come across a scene like this that just begs you to stop and pull over for a photo,
Skogafoss is on the Ring Road in Iceland and so is visited quite a lot.
Iceland has the lowest density of population in Europe. It is relatively empty.