Vesturhorn: Iceland landscape photography tour

Vesturhorn mountain Vesturhorn mountain is perhaps the best beach and mountain combination ever. The landscape at Stokksnes provides rich foregrounds in the sand dunes, tussocks and shore. The beach has a combination of smooth black sand and well shaped rocks. The...

Iceland by Horse

Horse riding adventures Icelandic Horses There is only one type of horse in Iceland – the Icelandic Horse. They are very special because they are direct decedents from the viking horses that came over with the settlers 1000 years ago. Their breed has been kept...

The Glacier Lagoon: Jökulsarlon

The world famous Glacier lagoon at Jökusarlon, South East Iceland has just been declared a National Park. This is an important decision because it means that the lagoon area will be protected from development. Despite global warming, the ice here will remain because...

Northern Lights photography workshop

Northern Lights photography workshop These Iceland Winter workshops are based near the glacier lagoon at Jökulsarlon. We stay in a hotel close to the lagoon for 4 nights which gives you a fair chance of getting photographs like these. We have a 98% success rate for...

Photograph Northern lights

Aurora lake This is a small lake close to the city of Reykjavik. There is some light pollution, but facing North it is possible to get some good Northern Light exposures. The reflections can be very good for photographing Northern Lights. Northern Full Beam This is a...

Amber alert: possible northern lights.

Aurora updates Amber alert: possible aurora. Possibility of aurora later if geomagnetic activity persists. When dark check the current activity at http://aurorawatch.lancs.ac.uk Issued 2017-07-16 18:27 UTC (19:27 BST) by AuroraWatch UK using SAMNET CRK2 data from...

Ice beach Magic: Iceland photo workshops

The ice beach is an amazing photo location. Glacier ice is washed by the ocean then placed conveniently on smooth black sand. It is the preferred location for most of our morning shoots on our Iceland photo workshops. Velvet dawn Pre-dawn colours are simply amazing....

Winter waterfalls Sightseeing in Iceland

Iceland could be know as the land of waterfalls. There are so many that nobody knows how many there are exactly. In the Winter, some waterfalls can freeze but the larger waterfalls keep flowings. Sightseeing travelers can be treated to fantastic ice features at these...

Mountain scenes on photo tours

Icy Mirror These are the mountains of Suðursveit (Southern County) in South East Iceland. This Winter scene shows mid-day sun on the mountains. This is the harshest light of the day during mid-Winter. These mountains are to the East of Jökulsarlon and are included on...

Best of Iceland: sightseeing activities

Jökulsarlon The blue glacier ice washed up on the black sand beach is an unmissable sight. The best of Iceland summed up with a lagoon and beach. How do I achieve this? Multi-day Photo tour – Jökulsarlon and so much more Classic day tour – there and back...

Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon

Jokulsarlon is a must on any trip to Iceland! It is the main feature of the Jokulsarlon Tour and can also be toured over two days. Or a long tour. The Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon is now Iceland’s deepest lake at a depth of 200m. The huge lake holds tonnes of ice...

Photo workshops – Iceland Winter

Iceland photo workshops Instructional photo workshops in the best locations with Iceland’s best photographers. Winter photo workshops with Tony Prower 5 full photography days South Coast & Vatnjökull region Ice and Aurora photography Regular dates from Oct...

Jökulsarlon photo workshops

Ice beach Jökulsarlon Ice beach photography in a Winter workshop Velvet Beach This long exposure photograph manages to collect the best of the reflected colour in the wet sand over a couple of minutes. Using the Magic Cloth to prevent the sky from over-exposing and to...

The Tourist Pledge

A pledge to protect the Icelandic nature has recently been proposed by the minister for tourism in Iceland. The pledge appears on the Inspired by Iceland website. It encourages responsible tourism and those signing up for their mailing list will have the chance to win...

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