East and North of Iceland

The fjords of the East of Iceland are one of the most secluded part of the world I ever visited. It’s a very foreboding landscape, especially with the weather conditions I had to deal with… Further North, the region of Lake Myvatn seems to be from another planet: volcanic craters, steam coming from the ground, mud bubbling on the surface… A reminder of the power of nature!
(Click on the pictures to enlarge them – they can be purchased in high resolution for printing, please contact me if you’re interested)

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