This was taken from above in the mossy lava fields, a fisheye lens was used but because Lulu is in the centre she isn’t really distorted.
It was amazing seeing steam at 100 degrees right next to snow at 0 degrees, right alongside the very sulphurous rocks.
This was taken very near to Hekla, an active volcano. We drove past the road signs saying that an eruption is overdue and that a 60 minute SMS warning would be sent to all people in the area when an eruption was detected. It was an interesting set!
Another shot in the mossy lava fields, I felt the background worked well here instead of a sky.
There is a meeting of two continents in Iceland, and you get huge rifts of rock such as these,
I’ve posted a couple of shots at this waterfall, but there are so many great ones.
It was summer so sadly we could not get to the icebergs, but the glacier still made a superb background.
And these rocks are supposed to be trolls turned to stone according to one of the local myths.
I’m thinking of returning to Iceland in 2018, if any photographers are interesting in joining me on a joint shoot do message me.
Iceland is such am amazing location it’s like another planet. When I look through all the great images from our shoot there it makes me realise why I work with Lulu so much, as if I needed reminding, thank you Lulu – Queen of Iceland :)