We stopped for lunch at the N1 in Borgarnes before heading to Barnafoss waterfall to the northeast.
Kirkjufell in Reflection
Church Knocker c. 1788
The knocker and woodwork in the shape of a cross intrigued me.
Church along the West Iceland coast in Hellnar.
Possible long lost relatives
Church and cemetery in Hellnar, Icleand.
Admiring the view
Peggy Renn and Phyllis Andres enjoying the 30 seconds I asked them to stand still.
Jesus on the rocks
Jesus Roncero framing his landscape shot.
Malariff Lighthouse Iceland
20sec long exposure with B+W 10 stop ND filter.
Photographying Iceland in the dead of winter can be a contrast challenge.
In Search of Aurora
Our crew headed eastward to try and get away from encroaching clouds. No luck. We got some aurora hues but that was it.
Looking northeast, just south of the fishing town of Stykkishólmur Iceland. Lights of the city were bouncing off the clouds from one direction, moonlight coming from the other, and the aurora in between.
Group shot at Öxarárfoss
L-R: Arnie, Jerry, Jesus, Josh, Peggy, Keith, Craig, Elton, Phyllis, Greg, Lowell, Carl
Tectonic rift of Thingvellir National Park, Iceland. Steam vents off in the distance.
Thingvellir National Park techtonic rift. Geyers off in the distance.
Even 1/1000 sec is not fast enough to capture the explosive break through the water bubble.
After the geysir blows, all of the surrounding water returns back to the geysir.
It's going to pop
Strokkur Geysir in Iceland just before the air bursts through the water.
What's a little snow among friends
On our tour of Iceland, we visited an original Turf House. In the pasture next to the exhibit were a band of Icelandic horses waiting out the snow storm.
The great thing about Icelandic horeses is that they're overly curious. I walked up to the fence line and they started to wander over to me.
The frozen Urridafoss waterfall rapids near Selfoss Iceland.