With the onset of Spring, Glaciers in Iceland start to melt, creating makeshift rivers that flow across the country; some of these rivers actually flow into the Glacier itself and form ice tunnels underneath the snow 💎
This church looks like a rocket ship on the outside. Luckily on the inside it's as tranquil and spiritual as any other church I've been to.
Happy to explore these landmarks and amazing views around Iceland with my better half, @stef_livs.
Capturing these moments on our travels with our @otterbox cases, gives us peace of mind to protect our phones.
📷 Nikon D5500, 12mm
In mid February the activity of the sun was low, but we still decided to go on the hunt for the aurora borealis as it was the only night with clear skies. And we got lucky. At least a little bit. We only saw a faint green light but the serenity of the fjord and the mountains in the darkness under the stars was still worth it. We may be back again next year.
~ Siglufjörður, North Iceland ~
By @awesomedon // While on tour with @olnband I've been pushed way outside of my comfort zone and it has felt amazing. This filter is one I made for their live shows and I accidentally hit it with an Iceland scene and love it. | Iceland.
The only car available to us was standard so, thanks to my very first car (a Honda Civic), I was automatically crowned driver and the job of navigator and 'which-wayer' fell to my hubs. He loves to use ye olde paper maps and we almost always get to where we are going. Almost 😉❤
Selfoss (just upstream from the giant Dettifoss)
We arrived in Iceland a couple of days after the huge snowfall so we didn't quite see the spring we expected, everything was frozen. But still beautiful ❄❄❄
We have arrived in Iceland! Put first full day here was filled with some adventuring south of the airport and the capital. We were amazed by the ever-changing landscape and scenery. We can't wait to see what else we discover!
Iceland. The land of fire and ice. Our first day of adventures brought us to the coast to see angry waves crashing against the cliffs, while day was breaking. We then ventured to the geothermal area of Krísuvík with boiling water (seriously it was 212°F!).
As our first day continues on, I'm excited to see what other gems this land had to offer.
📷Nikon D5500; 18mm