Venturing into the north this week has been a refreshing sight.
For a while I've been longing to wake up to a crisp morning of quiet snowfall, but the south has literally been an endless spree of rainy conditions for almost the entire season.
Sometimes you just have to scan the weather forecasts, drive further, and head straight towards the conditions you're set on shooting. Here's a shot amongst a whiteout yesterday for @icelandair. #mystopover
A giant boulder sits beside the glacier, crushing the ice as it slowly recedes back towards the mountains. Pressing with tremendous force, the rock sends stress fractures all the way to the edge of the glacier, creating the icebergs that now float to the end of their days.
Way up on the Snæfellsjökull summit sits this strange rugged rock formation.
Constantly battered by crazy weather, you could only imagine what the volcano beneath has endured over its 700,000 years of existence.
Vast white land.
Sometimes the skies open up revealing unobstructed views over the whole highland region. It's an overwhelming sight to see just how many crazy mountains exist out there.
Suitable for a lifetime of exploring
Stuck in the highlands late last year as an impassible glacial river rushed down from the mountains, I spent four days under rainy skies with the arctic foxes. During this particular moment, I sat frozen as he edged closer and closer to the water. Even a slight shake of the camera could have scared him away.
They're truly beautiful creatures.