A country of contrasts and extremes. Fire and ice. Friendly people, yet sometimes inhospitable landscape. Barren and empty in places, yet full of the stuff of a landscape photographer’s dreams in others. A wonderland… a playground… unspoilt by Health and Safety – wild and untamed. Come see for yourself…
Dyrholaey, Study I, Iceland
Dyrholaey, Study II, Iceland
Dyrholaey, Study IV, Iceland
Dyrholaey, Study III, Iceland
Iceberg, Study II, Iceland
Standing 4-5ft tall, this iceberg's shape fascinated me.
Mother Iceberg and Pup, Iceland
Apart from the fact this looked like a mother and baby iceberg... I was attracted to the stark contrast between the bright, white ice crystals and the black sand.
Iceberg, Study I, Iceland
This iceberg put me in mind of a seal, looking out to sea.
Reykjanesvirkjun, Study I, Iceland
Reykjanesvirkjun, Study III, Iceland
Reykjanesvirkjun, Study II, Iceland
It just runs off the escarpment and looks beautiful.
A dramatic, powerful, beautiful and symmetrical waterfall on Iceland's South Western coast.
A beautiful and intimate waterfall littered with improbable hexagonally shaped rocks.
Vik Beach, Iceland
Vik beach - black sand and silvery water. A black and white photographer's heaven.
A rather upmarket airport lounge, with outdoor settee!