Bliss in the Westfjords.
Látrabjarg is the westernmost point of Iceland – and the westernmost point of Europe to those who consider Iceland part of Europe.* This 14 Kms-long cliff is home to millions of sea birds in the summer.
* The North American and Eurasian tectonic plates run through Iceland.
Resembling extended snouts of gigantic prehistoric creatures, this profile of mountains is the signature of the Westfjords.
Woh! The Puffin!
Thank you, Nachi and Antonio.
Puffinator – what a beautiful photo! Thank you
Magical is the word, Rajan!
Ahhhh….your seascape photo is just peaceful (and then I noted the time it was taken and I shook my head in wonder how anyone sleeps when it’s there’s that much light at midnight 🙂 Great shots.
Bob: From mid-May until the first week of August I re-tune my body clock so I can experience the delights of the magical late night light.