Skeiðarárjökull glacier reaches towards Road 1, below the peaks of the massive Vatnajökull glacier.
Autumn wildflower and Black Crowberries, Skaftafell
Basalt columns at Svartifoss, Skaftafell
Walkers enjoy the glacial view of Vatnajökull National Park, above Skaftafell
Old Sel farm with turf roofed houses, Skaftafell
Road 9861 to Kvísker farm beneath Vatnajökull
Fjallsjökull glacier breaks off into Fjallsárlón lake. The floating icebergs then flow down a river to the Atlantic Ocean
After a night of rough storms, these mackerel were washed up on the shore of Breiðamerkursandur near Jökulsárlón
Fish out of Water
After a night of rough storms, these mackerel were washed up on the shore of Breiðamerkursandur near Jökulsárlón, East Iceland
Sightseers brave the elements to catch a glimpse of the icebergs washing in on the black beach near Jökulsárlón
After glacial ice breaks off Breiðamerkurjökull, it flows out to sea, washing back up on the black sand beach, Breiðamerkursandur, near Jökulsárlón, East Iceland
Jökulsárlón's floating icebergs. After thousands of years trapped in a glacier, they slowly head out into the Atlantic Ocean.
A common seal circles the icebergs of Jökulsárlón
Clearing storm in the Steinadalur valley
Characterful ruins alongside Viðborðssel farm, near Höfn
Reflections of Svinafell hills
The very scenic Road 99 into Höfn, the langoustine capital of Iceland!
Blue Sky Rain
Road 1 vanishes into threatening rain clouds beneath the 700m high coastal ranges near Höfn
Sheep graze around Svínhólar farm beneath an ominous volcanic slope
Road 1 fades into the fog
The fishing town of Fáskrúðsfjörður
Farms along Road 94 below some 1000m peaks with Summer snow
The remote Héraðsflói bay and hills of Fagradalsfjöll on the way to Bakkagerði
Hofströnd farm below Svartfell peak (510m), Bakkagerði.
The 600m peak of Hvítuhnjúkar looms above Bakkagerði township. In September 2014, residents here were advised to stay indoors due to high levels of SO2 gas blowing in from the lava eruption at Holuhraun.
Seyðisfjörður, the colourful town and port for ferries from Denmark. Búðará River and waterfalls frame the Southern edge of town.
Road 93 winds down into the sheltered Seyðisfjörður port
Part of the SE corner of Vatnajökull National Park from the air