Photographs from the east coast of Iceland, near Jökulsárlón

My journey to Iceland in July and August, 2015, consisted of:

  • 3 nights in Reykjavik
  • 2 nights in Skogar
  • 2 nights near Jökulsárlón
  • 3 nights near Lake Myvatn
  • 3 nights in Holmavik
  • 2 nights in Alftanes

In total, I took over 8900 photographs of this delightful and stunning country. It’s taking me a bit of time to go through and process them all, but I will get there eventually.

Below are several of the photographs I took along the east coast of Iceland and near the glacier lagoons. The other stops will follow, one post at a time. Thank you for enjoying!

Random shots from along the south-east coast and up to the Eastfjords

EastCoast1 EastCoast2 EastCoast3 EastCoast4 EastCoast5 EastCoast6 EastCoast7 EastCoast8 EastCoast9 EastCoast10 EastCoast11 EastCoast12 EastCoast13 EastCoast14 EastCoast15 EastCoast16 EastCoast17 EastCoast18 EastCoast19 EastCoast20 EastCoast21 EastCoast22 EastCoast23 EastCoast24

When Elves go Wild!

ElvesGoneWild Fjaðrárgljúfur1 Fjaðrárgljúfur2 Höfðabrekka1

Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon

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Reindeer1 Reindeer2 Reindeer3 Svartifoss1 Svartifoss2

Turf cottages



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