Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Follow the Icelandic Footprints

I am in Iceland for a week, taking full advantage of the almost 24 hours of daylight and so I thought I would share some photographs of this incredible place. I won't go waffling on about the places I visit, but will be spending most of my time in the north west region of the island. Here, it is all volcanoes, lava fields, broad open plains and the sea. Lots to point the camera at.
Borgarnes - Base Camp
Brogarnes
Hafnarfjall - the view from the village.
Black-tailed Godwit
Eider Family

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