Iceland in 5 days🌊 Highly recommend watching the full widescreen version link in bio. Huge shoutout to @matt_kellz joining me on this trip and help capture the beauty of this amazing country. Enjoy
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Бесконечные водопады Исландии❤
Godafoss поистине является красивейшим водопадом Исландии! То же самое, я, кажется, уже про другие водопады говорила😅 Но это правда... все они потрясающие! Каждый самый-самый!! Goðafoss зимой просто невероятно красив!! Из-под застывшей вуали вырываются мощные, грохочащие потоки воды! Я даже не знаю как описать то чувство, которое возникает, глядя на него. Это вот когда и страшно и завораживает одновременно!
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'like when the winter wind
stops my breathing'
@ Snæfellsjökull, Iceland
I spent a week in Iceland plagued by clouds and rain. The great part about Iceland is that no matter the weather, it’s still unbelievably gorgeous. The bad part is that rain and clouds mean no chance of seeing the Northern Lights. But just as I had accepted that I wouldn’t see them this time around, I got a day full of sunshine and clear skies, the day before I headed out. I parked my campervan in an abandoned camp ground in Vìk, opened the back doors to 30 degree winds, and set up my camera. I almost didn’t realize that I was even seeing the Lights, they are almost invisible to the naked eye. But when I started snapping I realized what I was witnessing. .
These photos are by no means award winning or professional. There is no interesting composition or outrageous array of colors. I have absolutely no experience with night time or Astro photography, and I don’t know how to edit past the collection of free iPhone apps I’ve collected. I used an old, basic camera with an even more basic lens. But I’m so excited about them that I could cry. When I look at these photos, it takes me back to the magical moment of seeing the lights for the first time, and that’s better than any award or amount of Instagram likes. 💚🌌
Exploring natural ice caves ✅
One of the main perks of visiting Iceland in the Winter. These are a long time in the making - Each fall, new ice caves are created. This is why the location of the caves change every year, making every ice cave unique and newly formed.
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This is absolutely the type of landscape photography that I’m not used to shooting. However, when I saw this scene I knew it was something I had to capture. It was just so vast, even the camera couldn’t capture what I was seeing. If you look behind the twin peaked mountain near the top of the image, you will see the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, just north of Vik. This image was taken from the Dyrhólaey Lighthouse.
I’ve had people ask me how I remembered all the names of these places in Iceland. They are complex and not really something that is easy to remember. So how do I do it? Google earth. I know where we shot, and from there I’m able to locate these spots and name. So, yeah. I’m not that good 🤣.
Everyone always talks about these mud masks at the Blue Lagoon, but I gotta say, between the conditioner they have you put on before you get in, the silica in the water itself, and conditioning again afterward... my hair has NEVER been so smooth!
We sure are going to miss coming here with our partners @localguide, with only a couple of weeks left of this winter season ❄️
Come and find the best of Iceland
Small groups, personalised trips 🌿
Capture by @magnus_bjarki
Chillin on the deck after a great day of skiing, getting sunburned af and picking the next line for another day. One of those days that makes one feel very lucky sometimes. ~ Btw can you spot the heli?
I’ve never been much of a drinker, but I sure could’ve sat here and drank in this view all night long ... Hope everyone had a Happy St. Patrick’s day and that those Monday morning hangovers weren’t too debilitating! 🍻
The Amazing Westfjords look spectacular when the sun slowly goes down in between fjords and mountains⛰ We have a good feeling for the upcoming summer!
Vestfirðirnir taka sig vel út þegar sólin sest niður á milli fjalla og fjarða🌄 Við höfum það á tilfinningunni að gott sumar sé á leið til okkar!
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It's stunning how the spray from the waterfall freezes when it hits the side!
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This little black church sits alone on a field of lava rocks. It was built on the spot in 1703, but was eventually deconstructed due to the area lack of parishers. The current structure dates to 1847, with restoration being completed in 1987. Nowadays, it is usually used for weddings.
Wygląda jak wioska Wikingów, a to... Dekoracje do filmu, który nigdy nie powstał!
To jedno z dwóch miejsc na Islandii, gdzie płaciliśmy za wstęp, a sama wioska większe wrażenie robi z daleka, na tle imponujących gór, niż przy bliższej inspekcji.
Ice ice baby ❄️🇮🇸 Jökulsárlón is a glacial lagoon, bordering Vatnajökull National Park in southeastern Iceland. Its still, blue waters are dotted with icebergs from the surrounding Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, part of larger Vatnajökull Glacier. The Glacier Lagoon flows through a short waterway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving chunks of ice on a black sand beach. In winter, the fish-filled lagoon hosts hundreds of seals.
I am so excited to announce that I'm hosting a @momenttravel workshop this summer in Iceland.... traveling by sailboat. Yes... a sailboat! If you’re looking for an adventure this July... this is it! I’ll be taking a group of photographers around Northern Iceland in an extremely unique way and teaching how to take amazing photos on anything from cameras to smartphones. We'll be exploring some of the most remote parts of the country where you can only get to by boat... The itinerary is incredible and includes visits to glacier fjords, small islands and nature reserves... with the sailboat @AuroraArktika as our homebase. We will have opportunities to witness Iceland's amazing wildlife including whales, arctic foxes, and puffins... as well as sea kayak around glaciers and hike around amazing mountains and cliffs. Spots are limited... checkout the Iink in my bio for more info and to sign up. This is going to be epic 🙌😍
Tag someone who's in love of Iceland ❄️ Don't forget to follow @stunningicelandd and use #stunningicelandd to share your posts with us, incredible image is coming soon.
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I believe there’s an unwritten agreement between the cosmos and night photographers... Just when Milky Way season ends, you can see aurora in the arctic. Then like clockwork aurora season ends and my good friend Milky Way comes back... 🙏😍
Just a theory... what you think? 😄
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Among Giants ❄️🚶🏻♂️✨
Had an awesome glacier tour with @bjarnigull from @iceguide.is yesterday. We hiked around the frozen lagoon of Heinabergsjökull, searching for caves and ice sculptures. This one caught our eye on our way so I had to send the drone up. The size of the icebergs there is mind blowing and it was such a surreal feeling walking amongst them!
Big thanks again to @bjarnigull for taking me on this trip. If you’re interested in doing something like this, just send him a DM or check out @iceguide.is’s website!
Morning Stroll 🦌❄️✨
Been wanting to get a good reindeer shot for a long time. They only live in East Iceland so it’s not something I can get a photo of when I want. I finally got the right moment on my way back home from Eystrahorn yesterday morning. This reindeer was really close to the road and I managed to get close enough without scaring it away. Sometimes you’re at the right place at the right time!
Big thanks to @liljaguesthouse for making this trip possible. Located just outside Höfn, it’s the perfect spot to stay at while exploring Southeast Iceland 👌🏼
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There's something breathtaking about the coast in Iceland. What's your favourite coastline in the world?
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