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.
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.
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.
Great photographic material everywhere. More to come!