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I C E L A N D

  • GlobeRovers: Rating: 9 / 10
  • Buzz Line: "Iceland for Icelanders. ... no more!"
  • Eagle Eye: An island with so much history of vikings and natural geo formations and disasters, it is a geo wonder-world and a place to savour very very slowly.
  • Hot Spots: Take the ring road and make sure to drive a 4WD and go off the main road. Hike around the many national parks...slowly
  • The Low-down: Still a very expensive place. Drop the vehicle and go hiking. Go in summer and book everything long in advance
My book with 440 coloured pages 
which includes Iceland's winter wonderland

Bakkageroi in the far north eastern fjords

South of Húsavík in the far north of Iceland

Hot springs at Hverir, near Lake Mývatn



A split second before the blast of Strokkur (geysir) at Haukadalur, The very original nearby Geysir
(where the name geysir was taken from), is currently out of steam.

Hot springs at Hverir, near Lake Mývatn

Hot pool at Hveravellir near glacier Langjökull in the rugged central highlands.

Evidence of serious seismologic activity around Lake Mývatn

Bubbling mud pot at Hverir near Lake Mývatn

Skógafoss, southern Iceland

Dyrhólaey, southern Iceland

Near Vik, southern Iceland

Probably my most daring location for a photo in Iceland...while the
wind was gusting at typhoon 12 strength, Dyrhólaey

Southern Iceland

Southern Iceland

Dyrhólaey, Southern Iceland

Falljökul (a glacier tongue) which "licks" out from the massive Vatnajökull

Jökulsárlón glacier lake

Around Jökulsárlón glacier lake

Pieces of icebergs washing out on the black sand beaches at Jökulsárlón glacier

Breidamerkurjökull, one of the largest southern outlet glaciers of Vatnajökull glacier

Icelandic horse

This waterfall in the south goes backward - 
it hardly ever reaches the bottom...why?