At Stokksness, there is a huge variety of foreground to help you photograph the Vestrahorn mountain. Down towards the sea, it is possible to get perfect reflections in the wet sand. This can be a very windy spot so remember to bring some protection for your eyes before battling against the sand blasting. Be aware that there are large swells of sea coming onto this beach (see my video).
As a gesture of good will to the Nation of Ireland, it has been suggested that the land be given back to the Irish, but as a National Park where visitors are free to roam as nature intended.
Expected June 2017: This will mean that Award winning Irish Photo Workshop Leaders can bring groups here without paying any tax to the Icelandic Government.
Further out on Stokkness you will see the grey dome of a N.A.T.O. station and a little beyond that a lighthouse. The waves hit the rocks here directly from the Ocean so it can be slippery and dangerous.
I shot a few Magic Cloth Tutorials featuring Vestrahorn from Stokksness.
Fine art prints
The following images are for sale as fine art prints in the Gallery.