Its waterfalls are word-famous, and best photographed under the light of the midnight sun.Here, Skógafoss Waterfall (one of the biggest in the country) shows off its standing rainbow, which becomes visible anytime the sun is shining.Helicopter flights are expensive, but if you fly in a small plane like I did, it’s pretty reasonable.is named after a particular geothermal fountain in Iceland?When a section of the tube eventually caves in, it creates an entrance to this underworld.Hiking through dark lava tubes is a lot like caving, with slightly different formations and colors. As The Atlantic reported a few years back, its often very serious indeed.This photo was taken from the top of Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík’s famous Icelandic church.
I was surprised at how big and modern the city is, fascinated by the vibrant art & music scenes too.Iceland is the most beautiful country I’ve ever visited.This mysterious land covered by icy glaciers & fiery volcanoes provides many opportunities for stunning photography.This special volcanic moss takes hundreds of years to grow, and experts can determine how old a lava flow is by how thick the moss is.Icelandic legends say that trolls & elves live under the moss. Walking through this crazy landscape feels like walking through a Dr. Despite its name, Iceland has plenty of heat to spare.
I spent an afternoon soaking in the Blue Lagoon’s milky blue water full of silica, algae, & minerals.