„Horse’s Neck“ -------------------------
One afternoon we visited the area of Bùdir with the famous black church. And it was really unbelievable to see a lonely black church in the middle of nothing. This contrast between the wider plane and this church was burned into my memory. Of course I started to make shots, but there was something more than just this church. In fact I had a little troll in my head and this little creature started to talk to me „Look, there’s an old lava field not far from the church!“. „Nonsense, I’m taking shots from this cool church now!“, was my answer. But again and again I heard this little troll talking to me. And hey, how many times have I already experienced to stand in the middle of a lava field? It was obvious … I disappeared from the scene and I found me again in all the small canyons of this huge lava field. And it was there where I found this spot here.
Reynisdrangar is a group of storm-beaten basalt rocks sticking out of the ocean close to the coast of Vìk in the south of Iceland. Catching a photo close to those rocks needs you to time the waves in order to protect your gear and yourself. Be prepared to run and recompose a lot if you're working with a tripod.
Flying somewhere near Reykholt. It's sometimes amazing to realise that places you've driven past multiple times are so much more interesting and beautiful when you look at them from a different perspective. ⠀
After a brief stint in the US, we're back on the road for day 20 of my #Top25 adventure series. Between leaving the US and moving to Scotland, I decided to spend a week exploring Iceland. During that week I rented a car and drove around the country. 🚗✨🌍 All I can say is WOW! Every inch of this place is STUNNING!! From rainbows to northern lights, my eyes were constantly wide-open and taking in every bit of this gorgeous country.
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Their outfits are definitely goals, aren’t they?! 🙈
One more super quick announcement 🎉🎉🎉
We’re going to book only 5 more weddings/elopement/engagements this year until September!
Don’t hesitate to contact us to books the last spots ✌️
Edited with pure magic by @redleafstudios#triberedleaf#flintandsteelpresets
Curious as to what Iceland looks like throughout different seasons? Follow the link in my bio to see photos I’ve taken of the same scenes during different times of the year.
The above shot is from Hallgrímskirkja in summer. In my blog post, I share a photo from Hallgrímskirkja in winter for comparison. 🖤
When I travel sometimes I’ll wander down a random side street because something strikes my eye. While in Reykjavík I was struck by these colorful homes set against a beautiful mountain backdrop. Of course someone else saw me taking photos and had to follow suit 😂.
Apologies for my recent absence but I plan to post regularly again over the next couple of weeks.
~ White sahara ~
- Surreal views during my road trip to Myvatn area in North-Iceland. Shadows and lighting to the infinity.
Camera : Canon EOS 60D
Lens : 70-250mm
Shutter speed : 1/400 sec.
Focal length : 250mm
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Throwback to last years trip to Iceland 🇮🇸 Aurora lighting up the night sky! Have you every experienced the Northern Lights? Definitely something I want to experience again 😍
brewing your coffee inside the ice diamonds💎 .
these beautiful ice crystals are washed up to the black sand beach from the Atlantic Ocean from time to time. Their surfaces are polished like diamonds and therefore this placed is named as ‘diamond beach’. The beach never looks the same as these ice crystals might be washed away or melted away and new ones would reform and appear the other day.
Our clothes compliment our state of mind, help us follow our instincts and move freely around the city and out into nature. We wear ZO•ON because it gives us the freedom to be adventurous. We get out there - whatever the weather. #zooniceland 📸 by @strollingthestreetsofreykjavik
Standing on the volcanic crater Búrfellsgjá after a huge snow storm. Video by @arnar.tomasson
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"No matter how many times you drive the same road it’s always beautiful, but sometimes so much so that you could almost think you’re hallucinating and just have to pull over and stare (but really who needs hallucinations when you have nature just doing its thing)" By @isobelruth
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What’s your biggest passion/s in life? Okey, I go first. Apart from photography there’s a few things I really like or enjoy doing. Learning new languages, cut flowers, eating sour dough bread and drinking espressos.