Category: Iceland

Don’t go gentle into that good night.

Aurora over abandoned shack

Every so often, you’ll come across a moment that seems somewhat unreal. The moment has your all, your complete and undivided attention. You can’t look away, you can’t escape, and you can hardly believe it. But after the moment, you’re left wondering,

“Did it really happen?”

This is why I’m doing what I am. Taking these moments……

A New Start.

That’s the great thing about being beholden to no-one in the writing of this blog, I can do my own thing with this blog, I can make a pledge to update and post more often, then wholeheartedly ignore that for a decent number of months (I’m sharply looking at……

Liquid Gold.

Gljúfrabúi Waterfall, Southern Iceland.

This waterfall was a surprise for me. After first reading about it at Guide To Iceland, this waterfall was a must shoot item on the list for this trip. It’s about 500m further down the road from the VERY famous Seljalandsfoss. While this waterfall is not as massive as 

The Fires of Holuhraun


On the day that we had the good fortune to witness one of my most treasured memories from this trip, we’d had a huge day of driving. we only had a single aim in mind, get as close to the site of the on-going fissure eruption in the Holuhraun lava field as possible, and stay……

Pool of Humanity.

Hveravellir; Central Highlands of Iceland.
An intense day of driving through snow drifts and following other peoples tracks – all the while wondering if our little hire car would make it there. There was an intense snowfall the evening before, and we were super dubious about the conditions further inland. It was one of those moments that……