Blue waterfalls in Iceland
Early Winter light. Blue hour at Seljalandsfoss South Iceland. A favourite waterfall on our South Coast Photo tour. This is a simple scene with a long exposure and 24mm lens. I was happy to have the coloured cloud creating another line and another dimension in the scene.
“The picture that you took with your camera is the imagination you want to create with reality.”
— Scott Lorenzo
Blue ice forms at the base of Skogafoss on the South Coast of Iceland. This Winter scene was shot up close with a 24mm prime lens. This was taken hand-held very quickly because the spray is intense at this distance. The rainbow is guaranteed if there is sunlight.
Behind the mountains
This picture was taken around 3.30 on a Summer morning. This was a private tour through the Southern Highlands of Iceland. The area for our adventure is known as the Fjallabak Nature Reserve and is a huge wilderness between the Myrdalsjokull and Eyjafjallajokull glaciers and the Landmannalaugar hiking zone. In fact the whole area is a hiking zone and includes the world famous Laugarvegur trail which is a demanding trek through volcanic and glacier landscapes for 53km.