Tag: Iceland

A paradise for photographers – ICELAND

Hey guys, Today I don’t want to write a lot but simply let my photos speak for themselves. I took them during the past two weeks in my new favorite country. No typical holiday destination, but in any case a true paradise for all lovers of nature and photo enthusiasts. Iceland proved to me that ...

The magical ice caves of Iceland – Matej Kriz

Since the UEFA European Championship 2016 at latest, where Iceland’s team made the soccer event even a MUCH greater spectacle, winning fans from all the other nations, Iceland’s popularity as a travel destination has considerably increased. When talented Instagram photographers traveled to the far north as well and took pictures of the barren scenery, the ...

Nature Photo Blog

32 nature photographers for 365 days a year. That’s the concept of the Nature Photo Blog and I’m most likely one of its biggest fans. It’s almost become a ritual by now: Every morning when I start my laptop or switch on my smartphone, the first thing I do is to take a look at ...

“Restlicht” by Bernd Nicolaisen

For most of us, the thought of spending time in a place, so extremely cold and inhospitable as an ice cave is not a very pleasant one. Nevertheless, there is no denying it, eternal ice and those parts of the world where you can find it, are incredible fascinating and stunning to look at. Photos ...

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Andy Lee’s ‘Blue Iceland’: Infrared Photos of the Beautiful Island Nation

According to himself, Andy Lee is “father of two wonderful girls, Creative Director, film maker, obsessive photographer, painter and manic doodler”. He photographs with 5x4”, medium format cameras, digital and infrared. It is the latter medium which according to him is practically made for Iceland and which has recently brought him much online fame. And I ...

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Tip: Expedition Iceland, Short Movie by Eric Hines

In the busy world of today, you easily forget how beautiful the world surrounding us can be. There is hardly time to devote oneself to the wonders of nature. It is those people having 10 hours a week to spare for taking walks, smelling at flowers or climbing a mountain that are really happy. As ...