Reykjanes peninsula is west of Reykjavik, with many places of interest for the photographer. In it's stark landscape, there is relatively easy access to raw lava, volcanic craters, hot springs, moss and a lake with picturesque black rock formations.


Snæfellsnes is famous for the glacier Snæfellsjokull, portraid in the novel and movie "Journey to the center of the earth" by Jules Verne. Snæfellsjokull is believed to have special energy powers. Places to visit are Budir, Arnarstapi, Londrangar, Hellnar, Vatnshellir, Dritvik, Eldborg, Snæfellsjokull, Berserkjahraun, Kirkjufell.


A tour visiting Thingvellir National Park, Geysir area and Gullfoss waterfall is generally referred to as a Golden Circle tour.
Thingvellir, where parliament was established at the year 930 is situated in the rift valley between the American and EuroAsian tectonic plates. Thingvellir is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural values.
Geysir hotspring area is where the hot spring Strokkur has accepted the task of erupting every few minutes from the now retired original Geysir.
Gullfoss is a majestic waterfall on two levels, tumbling over two tectonic faults at 90 degrees to one another.


Glacier Lagoon is one of the more popular attractions for photographers and travelers in Iceland. It's ever changing, never the same. No matter how often one visits Glacier Lagoon, there are always new interesting photo opportunities.


Landmannalaugar is one of the more popular places to visit in the highlands of Iceland. Landmannalaugar is an area where with diverse volcanic rock, such as basalt and riolite. The mountains are very colorful and are an endless source of motives for the photographer.

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