dreaming Iceland Kirkjubæjarklaustur nature photography wanderings waterfall
Fine shot, Hanne. This is pretty close to Jökulsárlón glacier lake; did you make it this time?
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Thank you Harrie!
I did! For me though, some of the magic fades when too many people are walking there. There was another little place before it, with fewer people that touched me more.
I got to drive all around Iceland and into many Fjodurs,… Just me and the road, and for a few days two wonderful hitch-hikers crossed my path. Next time, I’d love to have a 4WD and make it inland too, to the really wild and remote places.
I have to say, so much of Iceland is too majestic to be captured. I drove through places that was so stunning I couldn’t even pull out my camera 🙂
When I was there it wasn’t that crowded; but I know what you mean. Very fine trip you made; great! Being there is of course what matters; but I do hope that you have a few more shots to show … 🙂
I have billions of shots 🙂 Slowly but steady as my creativity returns in its own pace… 🙂
Amazing contrast… thank you Hanne!
Thank you, for your kind comments!
Wish I was there. Such a beauty.
You will love it there, it’s Iceland. Many similarities to Ireland, the feel of it. I’m so at home there too. I camped very close to this waterfall, so fell asleep to its thunder. We like that too 🙂
Beautiful!!! And, just passing along a grandmother’s request for “Hellos” from far away places for her grandchildren- see her post here:
Cnawan, thank you! I went to the grandmothers site and wrote my reply. Cool grandmother indeed! 🙂
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