For sure this little waterfall was the one that impressed me the most during my recent Iceland visit.
Just the way the organ pipe structure surrounded the waterfall and the beauty of the greenery, then complimented by the earthy tones of the rocks.
I thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent there.
There are a huge amount of horses and ponies in Iceland and we stopped a few times to see if we could capture the mood of the local horses in Iceland.
This is one image that I think goes someone to porting the playful nature of these gentle animals.
There are numerous tourism businesses in Iceland based around offering treks on horseback for every range of riding capabilities and that is something that is on my bucket list to do for sure!
Here is a bit of a cross section of other different images from Iceland, featuring a typical Iceland horse portrait, a lava field river and a black beach sand texture.
Hope you like them!
Whilst in Iceland recently we visited an area of an old Viking village and some of the lads I was travelling with did not want to ‘stay and play’, so i was dropped off for a while to explore.
Although the landscape experience was very good, some more of the micro opportunity became evident due to the additional time I had to explore.
This rust compilation is the result of just cruising around and ‘smelling the roses’!
There was and old rusty buoy laying on its side with some awesome colours and textures just screaming out to be photographed…so i obliged! 🙂
Just another waterfall is the title…just another maya waterfall is the reality that is Iceland!
A multi layer stitch and focus stacked as well. Note the small lady in red over the other side that will give you and idea of the scale we are talking about here!
A tired old dinghy that has now long been forgotten, where time has now passed it by.
More and more the dinghy will go from being a boat, to fading back into the landscape.
I tried to show that process with this image….hopefully I have!
Possibly one of the most impressive waterfalls we saw whilst away in Iceland recently, was the wonder of Litlanesfoss.
I made sure I captured a number of different perspectives of these falls and this is my second take on Lilanesfoss.
I think one of the more lasting memories I have of Iceland is just how many of these ‘Lone’ pinnacle mountains there are scattered all over Iceland. I guess at some stage they were all Volcanoes.
For sure that make for a great backdrop to a beautifully tones scene!
Wild…Iceland Wild! This beach was really something different. Black sand, highly polished back river stones up high, ancient hexagonal stone structure reaching for the sky, wild seas, pinnacle rocks punch out of the sea for the sky and a quicksand beach going around the headland.
Really something quite unique to anything or anywhere I have ever been before!
Here are a couple of shots of the Iceland team, Neal Pritchard (AKA Mr. Spool), Mikie Mike Fletcher (AKA Mikie Mike, Hack 🙂 ), Clint Baker (AKA aaaaand dennn!), Brent Pearson (AKA Brenbat) and yours truly (AKA True North Mark!)
I tried to show them the concept of a skydiving exit out of the crashed DC3…somewhat of a failed mission, but good fun all the same.
The scene here was so black and white to start with that the black and white conversion made little or no difference at all!