SNAPSHOT: Iceland Landscapes

If you were in Iceland and dropped your camera on the shutter button, chances are you’d have a great image.

Changing terrain, atmospheric conditions that were constantly churning, rock, moss, geothermal gases… there was always something interesting to witness.

Here are just a few snapshots we grabbed on our recent tour.

Lighting changed quickly, but we chased it never-the-less.  I always love landscapes that are partially illuminated – and broken clouds on a misty morning are the perfect combination. 

Iceland_Stream_Clouds

Iceland_Stream_Clouds

We had the opportunity to photograph one of the most beautiful waterfalls I’ve ever seen.  It wasn’t a single waterfall, but several pouring into a teal-blue river.  Again, the misty weather made for beautiful atmosphere.  Bad weather often equals great photography.

Iceland_Waterfalls_

Iceland_Waterfalls_

We visited a small town where huge ferries destined for Denmark docked.  Ten minutes after this photograph was taken, the fog was gone and the sky was completely clear.

Iceland_Ferry_Ship

Iceland_Ferry_Ship

Great photographic material everywhere.  More to come!

Dave

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