Víti crater, Krafla
Last active in 1984, the area nearby has been developed for geothermal power production, with magma found just 2.1km below the surface. This panorama can be printed up to 80cm wide at photo quality, or larger as a poster.
The beautifull Kirkjufell peak and falls
Dagverðará ruins below the extinct volcano of Snæfellsjökull, West Iceland
The beautifull Kirkjufell peak and falls. Enjoy the wild Black Crowberries in the area if you're there in Autumn!
Sunset over Breiðafjörður
A Common Seal relaxes at Ytri-Tunga beach, beneath Snæfellsjökull
Historic Glaumbær Farm, showing typical turf-roofed homes that were used as recently as the 1940s. A farm has existed on the site since the 11th Century.
A picture perfect Stykkishólmur harbour at sunset
Hvítserkur rock, decorated by local birdlife, and Blönduós township across the fjord
A rare blue church, Hofsóskirkja, in the small town of Hofsós. The area is known for its scenic pool.
Farm scene near Akureyri
Capital of the North
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.
Farms along Road 94 below some 1000m peaks with Summer snow
Road 1 fades into the fog
The fishing town of Fáskrúðsfjörður
Sheep graze around Svínhólar farm beneath an ominous volcanic slope
Blue Sky Rain
Road 1 vanishes into threatening rain clouds beneath the 700m high coastal ranges near Höfn
The very scenic Road 99 into Höfn, the langoustine capital of Iceland!
Reflections of Svinafell hills
Characterful ruins alongside Viðborðssel farm, near Höfn
Clearing storm in the Steinadalur valley
Road 9861 to Kvísker farm beneath Vatnajökull
Walkers enjoy the glacial view of Vatnajökull National Park, above Skaftafell
Skeiðarárjökull glacier reaches towards Road 1, below the peaks of the massive Vatnajökull glacier.
An exposed and exciting hiking trail along the top of the Vestmannæyjar crater
Enjoying the view from halfway up Bláhnjúkur peak, Landmannalaugar
Landmannalaugar campground at the end of Summer
After the Ash
Eyjafjallajökull sits quietly above one of the most affected farms of the 2010 eruption. The entire area was covered with deep ash that took months to clear. The acid in the ash killed crops and continued to have an effect long after the few months of eruptions ceased.
The glacier Eyjafjallajökull, the site of the infamous 2010 explosive ash eruption, sits peacefully above farmland along the Southern coast
A diver heads back across an old lava field with 30kg of equipment at the end of the day. With hood, gloves, drysuit, insulation suit and thermals, you can remain pretty warm and dry for an hour or two in the near-freezing water.
Kirkjufell (Church mountain) below a starry September sky. The clouds are illuminated by nearby Grundarfjörður, with the green glow due to a small display of Aurora Borealis - 'The Northern Lights'
Snow Hill Glacier
The glacial dome of Snæfellsjökull (Snow HIll Glacier) looms over Staðastaðakirkja church.