The sun is rising over Þingvellir National Park, located northeast of Reykjavík.
Thingvellir (Þingvellir) National Park, Iceland, #2
Thingvellir (Þingvellir) National Park, Iceland, Panorama
Thingvellir reflection #2, Iceland
Water and Ice at Öxarárfoss, Iceland
Mountains, Suðurland, Iceland
Strokkur Geyser and Northern Lights, Iceland
Reynisfjara beach, Iceland
Northern Fulmar defending its territory on a high cliff by the sea in Dyrhólaey.
Dyrhólaey beach, Iceland
Dyrhólaey means the hill-island with the door-hole, and this gigantic black arch of lava standing in the sea may somehow be related to this...
Northern fulmar above the wave, Iceland
The black beach of Vik is known as one of the most beautiful beaches on Earth. Its color is due to the fact it is made of black basalt sand.
Skaftafell National Park, Iceland
Svínafellsjökull is one of around 30 outlet glaciers flowing from the ice cap of Vatnajökull, the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and one of the largest in area in Europe.
The name Vatnajökullis derived from vatna, the genitive plural form of vatn which means "water" in Icelandic but is also used to refer to a lake, and jökull, the Icelandic for glacier.
The sun is setting on Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon.
Northern Lights in Kalfatellsstadhur, Iceland, #1
Northern Lights in Kalfatellsstadhur, Iceland, #2
Northern Lights, Austurland, Iceland, #1
Sunrise in Austurland, Iceland, #1
Sunrise in Austurland, Iceland, #2
House in Austurland, Iceland
2 Reindeers, Iceland
Wind and snow, Iceland
Icelandic horses, Iceland
Blue-eyed icelandic horse, Iceland
Ice and mountains near Höfn, Iceland
Three mountains near Höfn, Iceland
Mountain reflecting in the bay near Höfn, Iceland
Jökulsárlón's ice cube, Iceland, #1
Jökulsárlón's ice cube, Iceland, #2
Wave, Reynisfjara, Iceland
Waves are breaking hard on the cliffs and columnar jointed volcanic rocks on Reynisfjara's beach near Vik, Iceland.
On the beautiful Reynisfjara beach near Vik, made of black basalt sand, the ocean can be dangerous and you better stay at a distance to admire the sun setting on Dyrhólaey cliff.