Everything is made up of four elements: Earth, water, fire and air. Iceland is a perfect example of the intertwining of these elements. This country, found on planet Earth, has been described as “the land of fire and ice.”
Iceland is one of the most unique landscapes we have visited to date. In one day we went from kirkjufellsfoss waterfall into a glacier by way of miles and miles of moss covered volcanic rock. Another day we drove to Diamond Beach which is part of Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. Everyday we were amazed by the landscape in front of us and so excited to explore everything Iceland had to offer.
Iceland is the Land of Fire and Ice
Glaciers, volcanoes, ice beaches and caves, water falls, parks with fall foliage, and clear bright night skies in crisp air. Iceland is the perfect country to visit for lovers of nature, seasons and science.
Colorful Homes in Reykjavik.
Boat on land Gardur, Iceland.
Mt. Kirkjufell and Kirkufellsfoss in Grundarfjörður, Iceland.
Kirkufellsfoss in Grundarfjörður, Iceland.
Cliffs and ocean view from Reykjanesbaer Penisula, Iceland.
Into Langjökull Glacier.
Beautiful countryside in Borgarbyggð, Iceland.
Skaftárhreppur, Iceland which is part of Katla UNESCO Global Geopark.
Gullfoss, part of the Golden Circle.
Geysir Hot Spring Area, Golden Circle.
Overview of Vestmannaeyjar.
Church in Myrdalshreppur, Iceland.
Basalt stacks at Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach.
Abandoned DC Plane on Sólheimasandur.
Diver crossing near the Silfra Fissure.
Silfra Fissure in Thingvellir National Park.
Between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates at the Silfra Fissure.
Ice Details Sveitarfélagið Hornafjörður aka Diamond Beach.