This is Iceland. There are no cars, no buildings, no houses and no bathrooms. Thank god for WiFi, cars and good company to make an amazing trip.
2 301 hour ago
Izlanda gezimizde daglar, selaleler, su kaynaklari, hepsi hayran birakti bizi kendine ama en keyiflisi heralde bu atlari sevme firsati buldugumuz anlardi.
Izlanda atlari 🐴 normale gore daha kisa boylu, dogada serbestce dolasiyorlar ve cok cana yakinlar. Insan gorunce yanlarina geliyorlar ve kendilerini cekinmeden sevdiriyorlar.
Gol kenarlarinda insanlari at 🐎 ustunde turlarken gormek de mumkun, o havada bisiklete binecek halleri yok ya 😊
Secret Lagoon is known to most Icelanders as “Gamla Laugin” which means The Old Pool. But before the rise in tourism not so many people knew about it, and thus, this pool also became known as The Secret Lagoon.
The pool was created in the year 1891 and in 1909 the first swimming lessons were taught in the pool. You can only imagine how much the pool richened the life of Flúðir’s inhabitants and opened up opportunities to enjoy a good soak, a welcomed breather from all the hard labor.
In 1947 a new swimming pool was opened in the town of Flúðir and after that our beloved pool was mostly forgotten. It wasn’t until after 2000 that people started to think of the pool again which today is one of the most sought-after attractions in Iceland.
The pool has been fixed since 1891 but the goal has always been to maintain its original appearance.
The Secret Lagoon is at Flúðir in South Iceland 97.5 kilometers (60,5 mi) from Reykjavík and about 47 kilometers (29,2 mi) from Selfoss right on the Golden Circle.
One of the highlights of a winter photo tour in Iceland is photographing an ice cave. These cavernous chambers inside a glacier are stunning in their sculpted forms, intense colors, and glistening walls. The cave I photographed on the last trip had disappeared -- melted or caved in -- so this one was new to me. Each one is different. This cave has a particularly remarkable ceiling that shows evidence of centuries of volcanic eruptions in which the ash is embedded in the layers of thick ice. For this picture, I used a 7-frame HDR sequence with a one f/stop increment between frames. I stacked the images using Photoshop because that gives the most realistic interpretation of the scene. The camera settings were f/16, 400 ISO, and I used a 14mm wide angle for the dramatic perspective it offers.
5 1663 hours ago
Eh Si, le foto dell'Islanda non sono ancora finite e questo è stato il giorno più intenso emotivamente.
Se pensate che l'aurora boreale sia la cosa più bella che possiate vedere sicuramente non vi trovate in Islanda e forse non avete mai visto la lingua di un ghiacciaio con il suo azzurro intenso; dopo essere stata qui mi sono perdutamente innamorata di ogni centimentro di questo ghiacciaio, di ogni sfumatura che I miei occhi potessero catturare.
Ovviamente inutile dire che non c'è bisogno di nessun filtro e che I colori che c'erano non si possono spiegare. Riportatemi li. #stograntour#islanda#iceland#icelandscape#travel#ontheroad#naturephotography#ghiacciaio#glacier#azzurro#emotion
Nature, history and wonder — all colliding in a beautiful assembly.
It was miles and miles in a straight line through a featureless, Mars-like landscape to reach this spot in Southern Iceland. At one point, turning back seemed like a better option as we were not convinced we were heading towards the right place. But then we saw a little incline, and on the other side of the peak was the wreck, decaying and spectacular all at once.
3 4725 February, 2019
Iceland is not a big country, but it sure has ways to make one feel small.
4 8422 February, 2019
COLOURS OF THE WIND. | That particular morning in Southern Iceland when you braced the weather (read: 30-mph wind) to capture this perfectly painted hue of sunrise in the sky.
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Exploring the white world of Iceland 🇮🇸🏔️
When we were in Iceland we saw so many different colors in one day, going from lava black, with green vegetation, to brown grass which had been under the snow for a couple of months, and going a bit higher up to a complete white wonder world. It was a great experience and we can't wait to go back there.
What do you prefer, white, green or brown grass 🤣?
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It's important to travel and move and have a continual set of experiences so you've got more to feed back into your work. For me, it's a natural thing. — Cate Blanchett