Last but not least in my sequence of South Iceland posts is Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon. Unfortunately the trails alongside the canyon were closed due to the melting season, and guarded closely by a conservation officer, but just seeing the mouth of the canyon was worth walking a few miles down a closed road. #iceland#fjaðrárgljúfur
Happy Birthday to the brightest shining star of a human, my baby sister @johnny.becs I literally don’t know what I’d do without you. Thanks for always having my back. I had the best time traveling the world with you last year and I can’t wait to do it again this year! 👯♀️
It was so damn cold because the windstorm just passed. In Iceland if you don't like the weather you just have to wait 10 minutes and everything will be pleasant again lol. I was on my way to a massive river canyon.
„Fjadrargljufur“ ------------------------- A wonderful place this canyon called Fjadrargljufur located in the Katla Geologic Park. I can imagine how everything could look like taken in a dream land at sunrise. Well, we were not so lucky with the light, but hey … I was really happy to be there it doesn’t matter the weather. Instead of making some shots of the area I was looking for some compositions showing only some details of the canyon. I love to make such shots and I hope you like it as well. -------------------------