Iceland: 25 Pictures to inspire you

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Pictures to Inspire You - Iceland

These 25 pictures are meant to inspire you to visit Iceland and enjoy the epic landscapes and natural beauty. These pictures are only a taste of what you will see and experience. Travel, be healthy and live your best life!

The Icelandic Pledge

I pledge to be a responsible tourist.

When I explore new places, I will leave them as I found them. I will take photos to die for, without dying for them. I will follow the road into the unknown, but never venture off the road. And I will only park where I am supposed to. When I sleep out under the stars, I will stay within a campsite. And when nature calls, I won't answer the call on nature. I will be prepared for all weathers, all possibilities and all adventures.

Now that we pledged, I hope you enjoy my photography during my Ring Road self-drive around the country, and that you get inspired and book your next adventure to connect with the unique nature in Iceland.

You can check my complete driving adventure here

I shot everything with my Canon 70D using a Canon 18-135mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS STM lens as it is my go-to lens for landscape, city and street photojournalism.

Iceland Picture Inspire Ring Road
Ring Road self drive in Iceland is the best way to explore the exuberant nature
Turf Farm at Glaumbaer
Hofsos
Godafoss Waterfall
Myvatn Lake
Pseudocraters
Myvatn Nature Bath
Humpback whale
Husavik
Driving on Ring Road
Gufufoss Waterfall
Sólheimajökull glacier.
Skaftafellsjökull glacier ice climbing
Pet horses for free
Green Lava field
Vik - The South Coast along Route 1
Black Sand Beach
Icelandic horses are everywhere in the country
Skogafoss Waterfall
Kerid Crater Lake
Seljalandsfoss waterfall
Dyrhólaey literally means "the hill island with the door hole"
The beautiful black lava beach at Reynisdrangar
Reindeer running free in the wild
Reykjavik

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Iceland Pictures Inspire

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  1. Breathtaking pictures. It made us want to go there especially with all the tips and suggestions of what to do and where to go. Great job.

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