Living Breathing Iceland (in B+W)
As a birthday present (my 40th none the less) Nicola booked us a few days in Iceland. We had always wanted to go and it didn't disappoint. As I look back over some of the frames I made during that visit it becomes very apparent just how young (in geological terms) Iceland actually is.
A living, breathing, continually changing block of land.
I loved getting my face wet. The wind almost knocking me over the edge of the cliffs just outside of Vik. The smell of the geysers. The heat of the water. All adding to the visual sensory overload of this wonderful place.
I look forward to going back one day. Chasing the beautiful light. Getting more than just my feet wet.
Happy travels folks ....
This blog post is part of my moments series.