About a month ago i went to Iceland for the second time, this time i drove around the whole island to capture some beautiful landscapes.
We started off by driving to the west side towards the small town "Grundarfjordur" and the very photographed mountain "Kirkjufell". It was probably one of my most successfull days ever, the weather turned out great and i got some really nice shots.
After two rainy days in the Northern Iceland we headed to the east side, it was a really beautiful drive and the weather was sunny and almost no wind at all. When we arrived we drove directly to Vestrahorn to check out the location for the evening shoot. When we came back we had some beautiful light and i managed to catch this photograph.
Jökulsarlon beach is famous for all the icebergs that are washing up on the beach from a nearby glacier. It's a very fun place to shoot at and you can get away with some really nice and unique shots if you're lucky. We we're there two times on our trip, the first time it was almost no ice at all and the next day it was like thousands of them, it was cool to see how fast it could change.
Dyrhólaey is definitely my favorite place to photograph in Iceland, there are so many different compositions and it's very easy to access. The photo below is taken during a sunrise on our last day on Iceland.