Laki – The brutal Force of Nature

Laki Craters, view westwards, southern highlands, Iceland

“Around midmorn on whitsun, June 8th of 1783, in clear and calm weather, a black haze of sand appeard to the north of the mountains nearest the farms of the Siða area. The cloud was so extensive that in a short time it had spread over the entire Siða area (…), and so thick that it caused darkness indoors and coated the earth so that tracks could be seen.”*

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Jökulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Winter

Jökulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, Iceland

Rarely there are no clounds at all at the Glacier Lagoon in Iceland. Below is a full 180 degree panoramic view composed of 5 landscpae shots showing on the very left the barrier of the lagoon towards the ocean, then the highest mountain in Iceland called Hvannadalshnúkur (2’110 m or 6’920 ft).

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New Website Layout 2019

Now that my website is live for almost 3 years, 46 Posts published and around 300 photos shared I thought it’s time for a layout refresh. Aside form a more modern look, the new theme offers a few new features: The “Portfolio” button gets you right to the Portfolio overview and the side bars (for desktop and iPad) offer direct links to certain posts and topics. What I also like is that by scrolling down the Post page older posts will load without having to klick anywhere.

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