What do you think first before clicking on this post is where is it, right? you might also think it is not on earth, but you are wrong. All this Photographs is from Iceland and this Incredible photos that will make you want to visit Iceland.
Iceland is one of those places that when you look out over the landscape your mouth drops open in awe. The various of green and yellow flora stand out against the dramatic stormy skies. Iceland is a country of ever changing weather creating some of the most dramatic scenes you will ever witness. The photographer drove around the popular ring road route for eleven days with Iceland Travel and had the opportunity to take our time stopping where photographer wanted.
Iceland might be a small and remote nation, but it also happens to be one of the most picturesque as well. Iceland attracts millions of photographers and travelers, all eager to embrace the breathtaking Nordic landscapes with their bodies, souls, and, of course, cameras.
The geologically young island is situated at the junction of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans and the North American and Eurasian continental plates. Its complex geographical history and position has created a unique and contrast-filled Icelandic landscape full of volcanoes, geysers, glaciers and fjords.
Now is time for a vacation? Might be wise to consider Iceland, a place where almost everything is just visually stunning. Hopefully these 20 shots nudge you into checking out the boiling mud pools, spurting geysers, glaciers and waterfalls in a country that’s practically a playground for people passionate about the outdoors.
Driving along the ring road is an adventure unto itself. You don’t have to plan for anything when traveling Iceland. Each day offers another opportunity to discover something new. It’s no wonder that Iceland is so popular for photography tours. When sights like this are common, a photographer could truly take weeks to capture everything there is to see.
Water water everywhere. Seljalandsfoss is a great stop because it is here that you can walk behind the waterfall. The mossy ground stays lush and green as the spray of the water keeps everything hydrated. This was one of my favorite Iceland photos.