Impressions of Iceland
During the latter part of this past September, I was lucky enough to spend 9 days traveling and photographing across the south coast of Iceland.
We passed countless towering waterfalls, desolate black sand deserts that went on for miles, multiple glacial lagoons, expansive moss covered lava fields, and a myriad of other bizarre landscape features unique to Iceland.
Here is a small selection of images from my first portfolio of this beautiful land.
The majority of the images in this collection are from a mesmerizing black sand beach named Jökulsárlón.
This black sand beach is formed from a volcanic rock and is usually filled with icebergs that are washed up from the sea.
These Icebergs vary in size from a golf ball to the size of a large pickup truck. They also vary in color, crystal clear to a deep cobalt blue.
I am currently working on a second portfolio from Iceland, and will keep you posted!
Thanks for looking!