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).Continue reading “Jökulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Winter”
I have been a couple of times at the Diamond Beach in the south of Iceland. Every time the light, the weather and the scenery is different. The shot above was taken on a cloudy day with the sun peaking through a hole in the clouds allowing for a pretty mysic shot.Continue reading “Diamond Beach”
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.Continue reading “New Website Layout 2019”
Peaceful reflects best the atmosphere on this clear January morning at the Vatnajökull Glacier Lagoon in Iceland when the sunrise turned the peak of Hvannadalshnúkur – the highst mountain in Iceland (2’110 m) – into pink!
It is a really special place there in the southeast of Iceland. The Vestrahorn a 8-11 million years old mountain rises up good 450 meter out of the sea over a black lava sand beach. Continue reading “Vestrahorn – a mystic place in Iceland”
Caves, cracks and tunnels offer a look inside the biggest glacier in Europe – the Vatnajökull Glacier located in the southeast of Iceland. All pictures have been taken at the Breiðamerkurjökull outlet glacier, one of the tongues of Vatnajökull.Continue reading “Inside Europe’s biggest Glacier – Inside Vatnajökull”
Regular visitors of my website know about my captivation for glaciers – created by nature but destroyed by civilization & industrialization – knowing that these shots can’t be replicated anymore a few weeks later Continue reading “Glacier d’Argentière”