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byjessicag

I am hole-heartedly enjoying my trip to Iceland, it has been crate(r)! 🇮🇸

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abobeczkophoto

One of my all-time favorite photography locations📍Skógar, Iceland

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tellusabouthere

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romain_vagnae

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wonderlust_iceland

If you travel to Iceland in the winter, you have the chance to see the aurora borealis or also called ‘northern lights’. Have you seen them? . 📷 @yhabril. . Follow us and tag #wonderlusticeland to be featured!

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Beautiful waterfall after an easy hike! . 📷 @adam.fth . . To be featured follow us and tag #wonderlusticeland.

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Would you consider whale watching on your trip to Iceland? In Húsavík you can go on traditional Icelandic fishing boats to look for them. . . 📷 @oliver.dirr. . Tag #wonderlusticeland in your photos to get the chance to be featured.

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Waterfall situated in Háifoss, South Iceland close to the volcano Hekla. • 📷 @lebackpacker. • Tag #wonderlusticeland to get featured

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Inside one of the caves on Vatnajökul National Park glacier. 📷 @threeifbysea 👉 Follow this page (@wonderlust_iceland) for more pictures like this

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Typical Icelandic countryside scene! 🇮🇸 👉 Follow us (@wonderlust_iceland) for more daily content! 📷 @wanderlust.leila

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This is breathtaking! 😍 Amazing scenery in South Iceland. 📷 @explographe Tag #wonderlusticeland for a feature!

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Mountains reflected in the water near Isafjordur in the West Fjords. Make sure to explore this beautiful place! 📷 @piyokun3 Tag #wonderlusticeland for a feature!

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matthew.d.ellingson

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kileetravels

Nice spot for a walk and a hot spring foot soak while in Reykjavík!

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kileetravels

Reindeer were introduced from Norway late in the 18th century originally for farming, but reindeer husbandry the Scandinavian style did not tempt the Icelanders, and the animals were never domesticated. 📷: @entwistlephoto

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kileetravels

The coffee in Iceland is great, and so are the pastries 🥐 Arrived early to Reykjavík so grabbed some @braudogco and @reykjavik_roasters and checked out Hallgrímskirkja ⛪️

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matthew.d.ellingson

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lucid_landscape

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journey_photo_academy

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In February of 2015, my friend Sonja, Bruce and I spent some time photographing around Mývatn in the North of Iceland. We were pinned down here for a few days due to a massive storm. This storm tore the roofs off houses and stranded scores of people in their cars on the ring road. However, we were still able to get out to shoot here and there between the worst parts of the weather. One particular evening, we were driving over a small pass above Hverir thermal area, the wind was absolutely ripping. Bruce yells, ‘wait!, stop!, pull over!’. I thought there was an animal in the road or something was blown in front of the car. When we stopped, he jumps out of the car, grabs my tripod on accident and runs off into the hills to shoot. The surrounding snow covered hills had been turned brown due to all the dirt the storm had blown everywhere. I completely wrote the area off photographically because it was ‘ugly’. I did not see what Bruce was seeing but I thought id get out and investigate a bit (luckily our tripods and heads were very similar, so I grabbed his). After exploring for a while and getting blown all over the place in 60 mph winds, I discovered that this area in all its strange glory was an absolute goldmine. I did not realize this, but I had always looked for ‘beautiful' things when I was out shooting. In doing so, I had been blind to a myriad of other photographic opportunities, just like this one. Wonderful ‘ugly’ brown swirls and strange textures covered the snow creating fantastic foreground elements. It was by no means ‘pretty’, but it was incredibly interesting. We shot until well into the evening and the sky opened up a bit with some fantastic color. During my 3 weeks of shooting on this trip, this evening in these dirty brown hills was my most memorable. (Image 1 of 3)

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