A footstep in the fresh snow at Geysir. I was taking pictures while waiting for Strokkur to erupt.
Everybody who comes to Vík must take a picture of the Reynisdrangar. It is the law.
One of those rocks along the Þjóðvegur, highway 1, the Ring road.
The waterfall where you can walk behind the water felt very cold today. It was not frozen but it was well on it’s way to freezing.
One of my favourite waterfalls because it is very powerfull and it is slightly hidden away so you could drive past it without noticing.
In the mist of the dusk when the sun is about to rise these horses are playing.
The first time ever that I saw Kerið was on the way to Skálholt with Keli, Þorkell, kelipeli. We didn’t much want to go so Keli saw an opportunity to stall by showing me Kerið. Little did I know that 13 or 14 years later I would show Kerið again in wintery conditions. I love the green ice and the red clay.
I have always loved this descent. When you come out of the higher road and then move down towards Hveragerði it feels like the best descent ever.
Black and white, this rock on the shores of Kleifarvatn is covered in snow.
Along the shore of Kleifarvatn we encountered our first snow on this trip and we enjoyed the contrast between black and white.