Svartifoss waterfall is one of many Icelandic waterfalls that falls through a basalt column amphitheatre. The dark basalt is what gives Svartifoss…
Jökulsárlón Day Tours – Glacier Lagoon & South Coast
A guide to Jokulsarlon Day tours along Iceland’s South Coast. Book private and small group Jokulsarlon day tours online.
Bárðarbunga Volcano – Tremors Under Vatnjokull Glacier
Earthquakes above three on the scale have been registered under the Vatnjokull Glacier near Bardabunga.
Self Drive South Coast
Touring South Iceland can give you amazing photo opportunities. Iceland’s South Coast is made of black sand beaches as well as huge cliffs.
Vatnjökull Glacier – East Iceland
Roughly translated, Vatnjökull is the “Lake Glacier” and it is not only the biggest glacier in Iceland, but it is Europe’s largest piece of ice that is more than 300 square miles.
Northern Lights Adventure
Our Iceland Winter workshops are based near the glacier lagoon at Jökulsarlon. We stay in a hotel close to the lagoon to give us a fair chance of getting photographs like these.
Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon – known for calving icebergs
Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon is a must-see when visiting East Iceland. With its tranquil atmosphere, stunning landscape, and stunning calving icebergs.
June 2010 Jökulsarlon and East Fjords
This was a Summer photo tour around Iceland, but this post will look a the first couple of days including Jökulsarlon and the East Fjords.
August 2015 – 2 day Jökulsarlon late schedule
Summer days are long, so I timed this 2 day tour with a 14.00 start. This early August tour was along the…
Fly Drive – Höfn East Iceland
Spend a day or 2 in the Vatnjökull Glacier area of Iceland. This Iceland photo tour puts you right in the heart of Iceland’s stunning Glacier landscapes. These tours can be booked on the fly to avoid a bad weather trip.
Winter Workshop Dec 2014
This was a 5 day workshop which started and ended with a storm and yet we seemed to be in the eye of the storm…
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.