At a cloudy day we were at Goðafoss, one of the most popular and impressive waterfalls.
Inside Harpa. Very attractive for photographer...
Captured from Hallgrimskirkja tower.
The Harpa facade with its many facet windows creates beautiful coloring games on the walls in the Harpa.
it is said that Búðakirkja is the most photographed church in Iceland. Well, one more shot.
At Anarstapi there is a little peninsula (but a massiv, huge rock) which is build out of basalt. The foot of this rock looks like…
Below the Hellnar Fosshotel you can find these beautiful rocks.
Near the Mývatn Lake there is this beautiful valley.
Harpa is the congress and concert hall of Reykjavik. At night the facade is alternately illuminated.
One of the most impressive waterfalls.
Ranger explaining the meaning of Þingvellir Nationalpark.
That's what we expect to get from a whale watching tour: a nice picture from a whale fluke.
Longtime exposure from rocks at Snæfellsness coast near Hellnar
No, not realy.
The big cloud which is creeping downhill is build by the Snæfellsjökull glacier, which makes it's own weather conditions.
Mother and child.