Monday, March 20, 2017
Iceland is raw, baron, desolate, beautiful, uninhabited, prehistoric, glacial, volcanic and just bloody awesome. Its easy to feel insignifigant when adventuring down the South Coast as we did. Mountains rise from either side of the main road, Waterfalls plunge off 100m high cliffs, black Volcanic sand slowly expand the coast line and glaciers thats would dwarf high-rise buildings. I have never seen such a diverse and changing landscape as in Iceland. All the photos below are from the city of Reykavik and one stretch of 300km along the Golden Circle. Again, these photos do not do the place justice. Enjoy.