My favorite, dramatic coastline :) Since living on a small island in the middle of the North Atlantic ocean you don´t have to go far to find one
This is from the Reykjanes peninsula situated at the southwestern end of Iceland, near the capital of Reykjavík where you can amongst other things find The Keflavik International Airport and the Blue Lagoon.
The peninsula is marked by active volcanism under its surface, and large lava fields, allowing little vegetation. There are numerous hot springs and sulphur springs in the southern half of the peninsula and beautiful and dramatic coastlines like this can be found there
Timeless Tintype Portraits of Celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival
For the second year in a row, celebrity photographer Victoria Will put down her DSLR and used a century-old technique to capture dramatic tintype portraits of celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival.
Stone piles like this are very common all around Iceland. When people used to travel around the country on horseback or on foot this was their road map
In bad weather during the winter time when everything was covered in snow and it was snowing heavily as well and crazy wind blowing in all directions you could easily get lost. Then these piles of stone could be lifesavers. If you found one, another one wasn´t far away and so on. As well as if you were traveling somewhere unfamiliar you just followed this stone pile trail and it would lead you to a farm or a small town
This photo was taken yesterday when the sky was just clearing after a hail so as you can see spring has not yet arrived in Iceland, let alone summer but the days are getting longer so let´s hope it´s just around the corner