Landmannalaugar is a volcanic hotspot in the country’s southern highlands, famous for the multi-coloured mountains caused by the interaction of rhyolite rock and geothermal gasses.
Around Iceland – Full Circle
Icelandic Ring Road Travelling Around Iceland is the best way to see and photograph the huge variety of Icelandic landscapes. I have…
Gullfoss Waterfall – Central Iceland
Gullfoss Waterfall translates as the Golden Falls. It is the largest waterfall in Iceland and Europe. Gullfoss is one of the featured locations on the famous Golden Circle Tour.
Geysir The Geyser – Central Iceland
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’…
Jökulsárlón & Diamond Beach
Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon 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.
South Iceland Multi-Day Tours
A multi-day tour of South Iceland will give you incredible photo opportunities. The South coast is rich with, glacier ice, towering waterfalls and black sand beaches. Book online from here.
South Coast Day Tours
Our South coast photo tour is a popular adventure for photographers. Iceland’s most diverse and exciting features make the South Coast Tour a high quality day out.
Winter photo workshops with Tony Prower
5 full photography days
Puffin Locations – Iceland Coastline
Puffins can be seen in large numbers in some parts of Iceland. This puffin map will show your where you are most likely to see them
Faxifoss Waterfall – West Iceland
Faxifoss is a salmon waterfall. To help the salmon get upstream, Icelanders have constructed a salmon ladder up the side of the falls so that the fish can have an easy time
Ice Caves – Iceland Glaciers
The ice caves under the Vatnjökull glacier are the real deal. These are caves sculpted by melt water during the Summer months. The walls and ceiling are carved by glacier rivers.