The midnight lights, as my Dad called them. Dads...
These mountains look unassuming, but that ice cap actually covers Eyjafjallajökull, the volcano that erupted in 2010 devastating much of Iceland and affecting air travel through Europe. Volcanic ash covered this family farm but now stands restored. #eyjafjallajökull#visiticeland
Good hair day. That Icelandic wind adds the perfect element for a portrait shoot. Tongue out doesn’t hurt either. #visiticeland#icelandichorse
A first. Stepping outside, the lights looked no more than hazy clouds. After a patient hour or so, one long strip of light stretching north to south began to grow brighter until it erupted in movement right over our heads. It swayed and twisted and descended vertically as bits of pink and yellow pulsed through. I felt as though I could touch it and at the same time it felt too surreal. I went to bed that night with visions of light on the back of my eyelids. #northernlights#auroraborealis#exploreiceland#sonyalpha#mystopover
I assure you, it is not soft and fluffy. Eldhraun, a mossy lava field created from one of the greatest volcanic eruptions in history. #traveliceland
They call it Diamond Beach. Chunks of ice from the foot of the glacier get caught up on the shore just after they make their way down the glacier lagoon into the ocean. #traveliceland#diamondbeach
There’s just something about ice. This is Jökulsárlón, a glacier lagoon where chunks of ice break off the glacier into a short waterway which ultimately drifts down into the Atlantic Ocean. #jökulsárlón#exploreiceland#glacier#sonyalpha
Turns out, spring showers also bring Icelandic rainbows. Seljalandsfoss waterfall. #exploreiceland
This way to the future, and it’s female. Happy #InternationalWomensDay to all the hard working, intelligent, focused, adventurous, caring, thoughtful, top shelf women out there. Carry on you beautiful souls!