A lazy river flows in languorously from glaciers to the sea.
Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcanic eruption is a fascinating look at how our planet is alive.
East of Jokulsarlon’s glacial lagoon the mountains crowd the sea leaving little room for this horse.
It doesn’t take much to get off the beaten path in Iceland, but it is well worth the effort to do so.
One of the most famous of Iceland’s waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss is a photographer’s dream.
Like a castle perched on a sea cliff, this rock formation is especially enchanting at sunset.
One of the most hiked areas of Iceland, Landmannalaugar is full of color and wildness.
One of the many puffins atop Ingolfshofdi seems not to have a care in the world.
The somber visage of Mt. Stapafell overlooks the fishing village of Arnastapi on Iceland’s Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
The cliffs of Arnastapi are drama defined.
Small beauties abound on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
The black church of Budir is often photographed from the other side.