Here we describe a handful of the tours already completed to show what conditions can be expected during different seasons.
Thick snow clouds is the same as pulling that thick duvet over yourself at the end of the day. The storm persisted into the morning and I actually delayed our start towards the Ice Beach because the wind meters ...
This tour always planned to start with a drive to East Iceland through Landmannalauagar. This was a bit of a gamble because we were guaranteed rain.
This was a camping trip in mid-August. Temperatures are just about comfortable for camping with a good sleeping bag. The clear advantages are the flexibility.
This was a Summer photo tour around Iceland, but this post will look a the first couple of days including Jökulsarlon and the East Fjords.
We departed from Reykjavik and headed towards the interior to a geothermal area called Landmannalaugar, the natural gem in the southern highlands of Iceland.
Summer days are long, so I timed this 2 day tour with a 14.00 start. This early August tour was along
This was the final day of the exhilarating 8 day Winter tour with Peter Gordon and a lovely band of
It was the last day of our 5 day workshop
This was a 5 day workshop which started and ended with a storm and yet we seemed to be in the eye
This was a shared tour which was supposed to include 3 nights of shooting and 4 days of camping in
This tour took us to the North of Iceland to catch some Winter waterfalls and the powerful Dettifoss before the big thaw.
This was a tour which took us around Iceland at a time of the year when Winter turns into
This post documents a tour of the South and Central highlands and Glacier lagoons at Vatnjökull
This tour was a 5 day exploration of Southern Iceland with special emphasis on the Vatnjökull
The beach at Jökulsarlon
I returned from this trip wearing only one sock. It was a rough trip with
Late June Summer night tour
We had our itinerary planned to drive straight to the center of Iceland
8 day camping tour late July
This tour included many locations over 8 days. As this was mid-Summer, we took our photographs during