It is said over and over again – Iceland is absolute paradise for landscape photographers. Well, let’s just put it bluntly – IT IS. It’s not only because of it’s astounding beauty, otherworldly uniqueness, and almost untouched pristine purity of nature. It’s also because of it’s unpredictable, ever changing mood. I’ve stayed in one place for a long time and despite of the same scenery around me, I’ve experienced many, many different scenes shaped by light, color, water and wind.
It’s my second visit in Iceland but I’m still under the spell of it’s utterly pristine nature. The island unto this day feels very much raw and the mark of human presence didn’t dimmed and diminished the true owner of the land – the Earth itself.
Jökulsárlón ice lagoon and Diamond Beach. Undoubtedly, one of the greatest treasure of the Earth’s grand gallery of wonders. The mind is almost forced to rest in silence in a presence of such obvious beauty around.
One of the first dark nights since few summer months of almost constant day light. It was a moment of internal celebration for me. The visual report ends at this point, as I moved to the west ready for further hunt of the colors of the night sky. More in a posts to come. Enjoy yourself!