The drinking dragon
Hvítserkur is a 15m high sea stack that rises from the sea like a stone monster. At low tide, the ripples around it in the surrounding sand are simply breathtaking to photograph. This interesting rock formation was once the plug of a volcano Would you like to see this for yourself? Join us on our next adventure around Iceland! More info in my bio.
There are hidden geological gems all around Iceland. One of them is Brimketill Have you ever dreamed of anything like this? Video by my friend @alex_michael_green Join us on our next photography adventure around Iceland! Link in my bio for more info
Oasis in the Icelandic Highlands
This area in the middle of Iceland is mostly an uninhabitable volcanic desert, where rain or snow infiltrates so quickly into the ground that it is unavailable for plant growth. There are a few lush areas though which are absolutely beautiful, particularly when viewed from above. Join me and my team at @iceland_photo_tours on our next adventure through the Highlands. Check the link in my bio for more info
An aerial view of the Icelandic Highlands in summer The patterns in these rhyolite mountains when the snow melts can result in interesting shapes. Sometimes the ridgelines even look like orcas! During winter, these patterns are not able to be seen as the mountains are completely smothered in a deep layer of snow Have you ever wanted to visit the mysterious, unexplored area of the Highlands? I have just put the finishing touches on a new camping photo workshop! Check out the link in my BIO for more info
Have you ever been in love?
There is nothing more romantic than a winter trip through Iceland, seeing the Icelandic horses and feeling the crisp cool air on your cheeks as you stand in awe in front of one of the country’s most famous natural wonders. Yes, you guessed it - this is Kirkjufell, the mountain from Game of Thrones! We would love it if you came along with us on our next photo adventure. More info in link in my bio!
The veins of Iceland
From far above, the river systems look like intricate patterns, weaving in and out. It’s amazing to think that from the ground, these rivers seem larger than life. Have you been dreaming of seeing something like this? Join us on our next photo adventure in Iceland! Link in BIO for more info
Fire and ice contrasted by the fury of a volcano The power of nature is incredible. It can make you feel so small and insignificant.
I would love it if you could join me on my next Icelandic adventure. Check the link in my bio for more info
I love Iceland in summer, when the snow melts and you can see the colours returning to the landscape. It makes you feel so free and wild to be part of nature
If you would like to join a photo workshop with me in Iceland, then feel free to check out the link in my bio for more information
I love winter when everything freezes over. Iceland becomes like a winter wonderland
We have had the first snowfalls of the season so it won’t be long before the country is frozen again.
Would you like to experience this snowy world for yourself? Join me and my team on a once-in-a-lifetime photo tour! Link in bio for more info We hope to see you soon!
The magical path to all your dreams come true
Have you ever seen the Northern Lights? Join us on a photography tour and we will make sure we take you to the right place at the right time Check the link in my bio for more information!
Flowers always make me feel better, especially yellow ones Do you have a favourite flower?
It’s already winter here in Iceland and although I love the snow, I am already looking forward to endless nights chasing the midnight sun. Would you like to come on a photography tour with me? More info in the link in my bio