Reynisdrangar

A rough sea batters the bizarre rock formations along the black sand beach of Reynisdrangar.
- 25mm • ƒ/16 • 1s • ISO 100 -

Uxafótarlækur

A long exposure captures the many small cascades of the Uxafótarlækur stream near Vik.
- 25mm • ƒ/5 • 1s • ISO 100 -

Brúarfoss

Blue glacial meltwater cascades down dark volcanic rock formations at Brúarfoss.
- 24mm • ƒ/8 • 1s • ISO 100 -

Kirkjufell

A perfect reflection of Kirkjufell mountain on the northern shores of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
- 16mm • ƒ/8 • 1/100s • ISO 400 -

Brimlárhöfði

Tufts of cottongrass backlit by the midsummer setting sun towards Brimlárhöfði on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
- 16mm • ƒ/22 • 1/50s • ISO 400 -

Kirkjufell

The summer sun briefly sets as the Kirkjufellsá river cascades towards the mountain peak of Kirkjufell.
- 16mm • ƒ/22 • 2s • ISO 100 -

Kirkjufell Cottongrass

Cottongrass catches the rays of the setting sun at Kirkjufell.
- 16mm • ƒ/18 • 1s • ISO 100 -

Skogafoss

The river Skóga cascades over the cliff at Skógafoss.
- 27mm • ƒ/11 • 2s • ISO 100 -

Skogafoss

Cottongrass at the Skógafoss waterfall.
- 45mm • ƒ/8 • 2s • ISO 100 -

Kvernufoss

Following the gorge on the approach to Kvernufoss.
- 16mm • ƒ/8 • 4s • ISO 100 -

Kvernufoss

A long exposure capturing the 30m Kvernufoss cascade.
- 16mm • ƒ/8 • 3.2s • ISO 100 -

Klifhraun

Volcanic formations in the Klifhraun lava field on the Snæfellsnes peninsula.
- 50mm • ƒ/8 • 1/320s • ISO 400 -

Búðakirkja

The Búðakirkja black church sits beneath a foreboding sky.
- 35mm • ƒ/8 • 1/2500s • ISO 400 -

Lóndrangar

The rock pinnacles of Lóndrangar look out to sea at the southernmost point of Snæfellsnes.
- 22mm • ƒ/14 • 1/80s • ISO 100 -

Arnarstapi

Basalt rock formations at Arnarstapi.
- 75mm • ƒ/8 • 1/500s • ISO 100 -

Snæfellsjökull

An ancient lava flow at the Snæfellsjökull volcano.
- 205mm • ƒ/8 • 1/1600s • ISO 400 -

Gullfoss

The two tiered Gullfoss waterfall.
- 24mm • ƒ/11 • 2s • ISO 100 -

Gullfoss

The Hvítá river plummets into the deep gorge at the Gullfoss waterfall.
- 40mm • ƒ/8 • 1s • ISO 100 -

Fjaðrárgljúfur

The unusual sculpted rock formations of the Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon.
- 32mm • ƒ/8 • 1/400s • ISO 400 -

Reyniskirkja

The red-roofed church Reyniskirkja sits high above the town of Vik in south Iceland.
- 200mm • ƒ/9 • 1/400s • ISO 400 -

Glymur

Glymur is the second-highest waterfall in Iceland, with a cascade of 198 m.
- 35mm • ƒ/5.6 • 15s • ISO 100 -

Glymur

The Glymur waterfall plummets into a narrow, steep-sided ravine.
- 300mm • ƒ/5.6 • 1/640s • ISO 400 -