Below is a collection of photos taken on another trip with Tatra Photography but to Northern Iceland this time. A week of quite a lot of bad weather, not very much sleep but lots of great places to photograph. The first few days were spent in and around the fishing village of Grundarfjörður on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula - where we took photos of the unique looking Kirkjufell mountain, lakes and waterfalls, Dritvik coastline and a strong display of the Northern Lights in between the rain showers. After our time there we spent a day driving to our next location, Reykjahlíð beside lake Myvatn - stopping at Hvitserkur (also known as Dinosaur Rock) in the rain and snow along the way. Our last couple of days were spent around Lake Myvatn, where we visited the geothermal area of Hverir, as well as some of Iceland's famous waterfalls: Godafoss, Dettifoss and Selfoss. On our last night we were lucky enough to get another brief view of the Northern Lights, though they weren't as strong as the first time we saw them. But like the first time they were quickly covered up by clouds. I definitely want to come back to Iceland again - maybe for longer and hopefully with better weather.


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