When people ask me if they should visit Iceland, I throw two questions back at them:
1) Do you like rocks?
2) Do you like wind?
If so, you’ll LOVE Iceland. So many rocks. So much wind! LOL
Posting some newly edited Iceland pics–all shot on my Canon T3i (in March, 2014) and edited in Photoshop. In all seriousness–this is a majestic country. If you ever get the opportunity to go, grab it. Just dress warmly if it is wintertime. Or just never venture further than the amazing natural geothermal springs at the Blue Lagoon, your choice.
Outside the magnificent Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa.
The Sun Voyager sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason on Reykjavik’s Sæbraut road. Just over a quarter mile east from the Harpa Concert Hall.
The geometric glass facade on the Harpa Music Hall and Conference Center in Reykjavik.
A telephoto shot across the Atlantic ocean of the mountains lining Reykjavik’s coastline.
Blue Lagoon. Must see. Go!
Christ The King Cathedral in Reyjkavik.
Going on a Golden Circle bus tour is a great way to see some of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland in one day–especially if you can’t drive stick and don’t want to rent a car. This is Gullfoss Waterfall on the Southwestern side of Iceland.