Category: Iceland Blog

People at Goðafoss

People at Goðafoss Aren’t people lovely? This waterfall was designed by The Gods, for The Gods, and yet all we see there are lesser mortals! I didn’t even see this guy when I was taking the shot. Of course, I had all that Golden Sun in my eyes, it was only the Magic Cloth that […]

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Hekla Volcano watch

Imminent volcanic eruption Reports are coming in of an imminent eruption of the Hekla Volcano. Hekla is a serious volcano. A few thousand years ago Hekla erupted with the force of a large Indonesian volcano. In the early middle ages, Hekla Volcano regularly threatened the livelihoods of local farmers who were challenged by the ash […]

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The Arctic Fox in Hornvík

Flying over Isafjardardjup in a small Cessna from Ísafjörður airport, we left civilization behind for a few days. Hornvík is a bay on the Northern edge of Hornstrandir a remote nature reserve with no roads. Our flight was spontaneous with no set return. We made an agreement with the pilot that he will radio to […]

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Unclear signs at Jökulsarlon

Jðkulsarlon Warnings We were taking a walk around Jökulsarlon with our telephoto lenses, when my customers start to question the meaning of the signs dotted along the upper promenade from the car park towards the bridge. There is an obvious steep drop down to a fast flowing current, often filled with glacier ice waiting to […]

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