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Category: Iceland Photo Locations

Geysir The Geyser

Geysir is a geothermal location in Iceland with the most active hot-springs and geysers.
The name of the place actually gave us the word ‘Geyser’.
In Icelandic, ‘Geysir’ means ‘to gush’…

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Lóndrangar are volcanic plugs on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. These tough basalt rock pinnacles are the remains of an ancient crater. This area offers some of the best views of Snæfellsjökull Glacier on the Snæfellsnes peninsula.

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Kirkjufell & Kirkjufellsfoss

Kirkjufell resembles a church steeple. The combination of Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall and Kirkjufell has become the most photographed mountain in Iceland.

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Hveravellir hot spring

Hveravellir hot spring Hveravellir hot spring is a unique oasis in the stony deserts of Iceland’s interior. This oasis includes a campsite with basic services, an incredible hot pool with a constant Geothermal feed.

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Buðir black church

The Buðir black church is located on the Snæfellsness Peninsula. The church is one of 3 black churches in Iceland. The church is black because the exterior wood is painted with pitch, just like the hull of a boat.

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Goðafoss Waterfall

Goðafoss Waterfall is my favourite waterfall to photograph and the North Iceland location is usually in my top five of all Iceland locations. Goðafoss Waterfall is a dynamic waterfall with many great photography angles.

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Vestrahorn at Stokksnes

This incredibly beautiful mountain and beach combination reflecting in the wet sand at Vestrahorn is a necessity for any photographer visiting Stokksnes in East Iceland.

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Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Seljalandsfoss is the waterfall you can walk behind. There can be good light in the evenings. In the Summer, the sun sets in the North Western sky, it’s possible to catch incredible sunsets from behind Seljalandsfoss.

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Eyjafjallajökull Volcano

In 2010 the whole world heard about Iceland.  A volcanic eruption under the Eyjafjallajökull Glacier sent a colossal plume of ash South wards towards Europe and the UK.

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Jökulsárlón & diamond beach

Jökulsarlon is a large iceberg lake that connects with the North Atlantic and volcanic, black sand beaches. These beaches often get littered with glacier ice crystals and are known as the Diamond Beach.

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