Iceland [EN]

19th August 2013. After the magical Faroe Islands, we took a ferry to Iceland. From the town of Seyðisfjörður, where the ferry arrived, we headed southwest. On that day, after driving 350 kilometers, we arrived at Vatnajökull National Park, which encompasses the largest glacier in Iceland. Among other things, the glacier flows into Jökulsárlón, a lake (actually a lagoon) located right on the coast. This is one of the most beautiful places on the island. The breaking glacier turns into countless floating lumps of all shapes and sizes. Partially melted pieces land on the shore, creating an incomparable landscape. You only have to bend over a little to feel like you are in a land of ice.

locationJökulsárlón Lagoon, Iceland
exposure time1/160s

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