Iceland Natural Sites Travel Photos

ICELAND – the land of ice and fire

Iceland

in 15 black & white and 15 colorful photos

to inspire you to dream big about your next travel into the wild

Iceland B&W (1)
Between one fjord and another
Iceland B&W (4)
Giants turned into the stones
Iceland B&W (3)
Traditional, folk Icelandic hut with grass on the roof
Iceland B&W (11)
House & the mountain. So small…
Iceland B&W (9)
Road to the North
Iceland B&W (5)
Lonely house in the middle of nowhere
Iceland B&W (2)
The Gullfoss waterfall
Iceland B&W (6)
Þingvellir, the ancient parliamentary plains of Iceland
Iceland B&W (8)
Litli-Geysir
Iceland B&W (7)
Þingvellir, the ancient parliamentary plains of Iceland
Iceland B&W (10)
The power of geothermal energy
Iceland B&W (12)
Lonely king of the emptiness
Iceland B&W (13)
Used-to-be the kind of sea?
Iceland (5)
Somewhere far away there is a village or town
Iceland (25)
Unknown settlement with red roofs. Anybody home?
Iceland (2)
The rainbow over the Gullfoss waterfall
Iceland (14)
The colors of geyser water
Iceland (18)
Majestic landscape
Iceland (19)
The mountains’ ups and downs
Iceland
Water and the sky
Iceland (21)
Blooming moss – the Icelandic meadow
Iceland (20)
It’s April, even on Ice-Land
Iceland (28)
The Blue Lagoon
Iceland (30)
Colorful mud clay geyser in Gunnuhver
Iceland (8)
No signs of lupine flowers
Iceland (12)
Clear blue sky, clear blue water
Iceland (1)
Crystal clear waters of Iceland
Iceland (29)
Steep fjords. The home of Puffins

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Z pochodzenia Sanoczanka, Japanofil, wolontariusz tęskniący za Afryką i etnograf-pasjonat. // Just a small town girl who always dreamed of travels and faraway places... Now Warsaw-based international relations analyst, travel blogger & folklore enthusiast, who cherishes nature, simple life & Irish traditional music. Japanophile. Addicted to haribo jellies & …red lipstick.

  1. Amazing pictures!! My husband spent a month cycling across Iceland, though he didn’t have much time to take pics (biking in Iceland is hard work), though he said the landscapes mesmerized him.
    Found you through #Myweeklypostcard

    • Wow! Cycling across Iceland is a big challenge! I remember that I was freezing in my hat, scarf, gloves etc., when I saw a local guy in shorts and a t-shirt on the bike 😉

  2. I wanted to write “I love the black and white photos!” but then I saw the color photos as well, and now I have to say “Love ALL the photos!” What an interesting combination of white, greys, and shadows in the black and white photos, and fascinating palette in the color photos! I gotta go to Iceland some day.

  3. It’s interesting what a difference color makes on pictures. Not to say that black-and-white don’t have their own charm, but if you want to incite the desire of traveling, you definitely have to show people color pictures. Don’t you think so?

  4. Wooow! Amazing pictures, Isabella! They indeed take you to Iceland!

  5. Beautiful beautiful photos!! Thanks for the follow in IG 😉

  6. Amazing places, amazing photos! Unfortunately Iceland is still on my dream destinations list. 🙂

  7. What a great set of pictures! We were in Iceland a few years ago and absolutely loved it. This brought back such wonderful memories and I wish we were were going back soon.

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