Photographers At Work
Lighting Up The Sky
Black Sand Beach
Photographers At WorkWinter in Iceland means Ice Caves.
HomluholtOn the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, and the glow of the aurora lights the sky over our lonely accommodation.
KirkjufellWith a windchill down to -18 celsius, a stunningly soft dawn breaks over the iconic Kirkjufell on Iceland's Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
Ice LagoonIce calving off the Vatnajokull Glacier drifts slowly across the Ice Lagoon at Jokulsarlon.
Ice BeachA long exposure captures the stark beauty of broken ice washing onto the black sand beach at Jokulsarlon.
Ice CaveMarty contemplating the wonder of the glacial ice surrounding him near Jokulsarlon.
Lighting Up The SkyThe green lights of the Aurora creates a ghostly glow over the winter landscape at Homluholt on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
LightsThe road lights dwarf into insignificance beneath the stunning greens and purples of the aurora above.
Black Sand BeachSoft light, breaking waves, and volcanic sand beaches make Vik in southern Iceland a wonderful place to shoot,
Winter WhiteSkogafoss surrounded by a blanket of winter white after a storm that left us stuck in Vik for a couple of days.
Plane WreckThe famous DC-3 plane wreck at Solheimasandur near Vik.
DyrholaeyA bland and grey sky exploded into the most naturally saturated sky I have ever seen. Taken at Dyrholaey near Vik.
Floating IceGrey and bitter conditions at Jokulsarlon, but still a stunning view of the ice slowly drifting out to sea.
Diamond BeachAt Jokulsarlon, across the road from the famous lagoon, and an even more amazing location where the ice washes back onto the black sand beach.
FjallsarlonLess famous, less popular, but as stunning as Jokulsarlon, is its near neighbour, Fjallsarlon.
HorsesThese beautiful, friendly and curious horses brave the harsh winter landscapes.
GullfossOn Iceland's famous Golden Circle, Gullfoss thunders through the winter landscape.
Gentle FriendsThese beautiful horses are so friendly and gentle and can be found widely across the Iceland landscape braving the harshest winter conditions.
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