On the road again
Somewhere in the south of the country. After a week of almost continuous rain, I took advantage of this lull to catch the beauty of the clouds leaving room for some thinning that were unfortunately ephemeral.
Iceland can be summed up alone in this picture. Green meadows, cliffs and a photographer who was there at that moment under this beautiful light.
The Arctic Tern breeds in the Arctic and migrates to the Antarctic. This elegant white seabird nests on the shores of lakes and along beaches.
The look of this sheep protecting her little one is at the same time funny and tender. Our high quality prints will reveal this detail that makes all the charm of this photo.
Facing the ocean
By passing the Snæfellsjökull on route 574 to the south, a stopover can be made to admire the monoliths of Longdrangbar and the palagonite of Pufubjarg.
Rainbow in Laekkur
It regularly rains in Iceland. The often precarious thinnings, offer some beautiful moments like this double rainbow illuminated by the evening light.
Situated in balance on the Mid-Atlantic Rift, the island is highly volcanic. With no less than 200 active volcanoes, there is about one eruption every 5 years.
The stormy sky and the columns of basalt give this picture a dark aspect which appears to be even dramatic.
Ashes and snow
The Mýrdalsjökull glacier is located along the south coast and contains one of Iceland's most active strato- volcanoes, the Katla, whose top occupies a large part of the glacier. During eruptions, the glacier experiences sudden meltings, which makes the eruptions destructive and impressive.
View between the Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrafoss falls
If you want to visit the hidden waterfall of Gljufrafross you will have to go up the road 249, go past the small farm to the brook that escapes from the cliff, go up its course and enter the cavity of the cave to finally find the fall.
Sunset in the region of Laekkur
The unique color of this sunset is due to the fact that the summer days are particularly long. There is no longer any night: the dawn as well as the sunset stretch for several hours.
Crashed Douglas DC3 on Sólheimasandur black sand beach
On 24 November 1974, a US Navy airplane ran out of fuel and crashed onto the beach of Sólheimasandur. The all crew survived. The plane was abandoned and still can be seen on the beach (45min walk from the road).
Black Church of Budir
The panorama, with its blond sand beaches and the whiteness of the Snæfellsjökull glacier, offers a composition of pure beauty.
Blond sand beach of Budir
Printed in giant format, this framed photo will fit perfectly into a bedroom. The images of nature invite to calm and relaxation while the monochrome format brings here a touch of modernity and timelessness.
This picture was taken from an helicopter and shows the water from the Myrdalsjökull glacier flowing into the sea. You can see the black volcanic ash that contrasts with the blue of the sea.