Tag Archives: Fjord

Kaldalón – “Cold Lagoon” – is located in the Westfjords within touching distance of the tongue of Drangajökull, the northernmost glacier in Iceland. These are images of a morning spent there in menacing but irresistible conditions. With howling winds matched to its cold isolation, it is a place to die for (or in).     […]

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Súgandafjörður in the Westfjords of Iceland is a narrow, exceedingly beautiful fjord. The images featured in this post were made on a moody afternoon with low clouds – just the kind of atmosphere I love most! I shall have more material from this area soon. Note: The ‘g’ in Súgandafjörður is silent.       […]

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The tiny settlement of Bíldudalur in the Westfjords region of Iceland is serviced by Eagle Air Iceland that connects it to the capital Reykjavík. The airstrip is laid out in the picturesque setting of the nearby fjord Fossfjörður. This sequence of the Jetstream 32 aircraft taking off was shot from the road that runs right […]

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I must have accrued a small credit of positive karma when we got to Látrabjarg, for we were fortunate to spend some glorious moments in the company of the midnight sun. Látrabjarg is Iceland‘s (and Europe’s) westernmost point and one of the world’s great bird cliffs. In the summer months at these high latitudes, the […]

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This morning on our way to Loðmundarfjörður in the Eastfjords of Iceland, we descried a hapless ewe and her lambs in distress, buried in a snowy ditch at the top of the mountain pass between Loðmundarfjörður and Borgarfjörður Eystri. My friend and guide Börkur Hrólfsson pulled off a heroic rescue with his bare two hands. […]

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