A collection of images taken from glaciers all over Iceland. The majority are from the Vatnajökull area (including Breidamerkur, Svinafell and Skaftafell), but I also explored around Myrdals, Snæfells and Eyjafjallajökull.
A collection of images from the glacial outlet lagoons on Iceland’s southside, where calving faces of the Vatnajokull glaciers dump their ice into the ocean. Although it looks like a frozen landscape, it is ever changing, with the light and land looking drastically every time I visited. I love sitting around here at night, watching auroras dance over head and sounds loud as thundering from icebergs rolling and crashing into one another. This place has been on my bucket list since childhood, but its still on there because I’m going to have to go back!
This post is all about putting the ice in Iceland. Never have I seen such crazy snowstorms in all my life. While in the north near Akureyri, I got caught in a blizzard and was stuck in whiteout conditions for days. While most of the first day was spent digging my car out of a ditch i9 careened into, I braved the cold and managed to make the most of it. After the storms had passed, it was a whole new world, where what had been verdant hills days ago was now white stretching to the horizon. Glad I brought my snow shoes, because a few times when I went out without them I ended up buried chest deep after falling through snow banks. Anyway, it was brutal out there, so I hope you enjoy!