Siguendo con las curiosidades de Islandia, la cascada Svartifoss es una visita imprescindible. Está rodeada de columnas hexagonales de piedra basáltica negra (de ahí su nombre) que le otorgan un aspecto de órgano de catedral. . ¿Les gustaría sabes más curiosidades sobre los lugares que recorren nuestros #chicoshardway? . . . #hardway
Some street & side shots from last year. As anxious of a person I am, traveling alone without much of a plan has given me calming moments to reflect on. Taking a second to breathe helps me live it longer.
Walking the the land of #trolls. #stonebridge Buy a full size print at: https://www.rajguptaphotography.com/Raj-Gupta-Photography/Travel/Iceland @iceland @iceland.explore @arnarstapi.center @wheniniceland @icelandtravel @icelandic_explorer @icelandwithaview
I'm not a friend of filters, but this picture was so dark and the colors were highlighting the dark circles around my eyes, that I thought it was better to edit the picture. It's a memory of a lovely evening at Icelandair Hotel Hamar in Borgarnes, a place where you feel almost better than home. Não sou amiga de filtros, mas essa foto estava tão escura e acentuando as minhas olheiras, que eu achei melhor editá-la. É uma lembrança de uma noite ótima no Icelandair Hotel Hamar, em Borgarnes, um lugar onde você se sente quase melhor do ...
If you ever get the chance to take the Ring Road all around Iceland, you have to take at least a few minutes to stop in the Myvatn area! The Road runs right through it and not only are there hot springs, lava fields, a beautiful lake, but there's also this bizarre place - Hverir. It's a geothermal area full of bubbling mud, sulphuric steam, and boiling springs. . . . I've honestly never been to a stranger place, and it's so worth the stop! . . . #everydayiceland#everydayiceland ...
🇮🇸 Our world is amazing! This is the largest glacier in Iceland at 8,000 square kms. Seven volcanoes are located underneath this glacier and most of them are active 🌋❄️🥶 #iceland#vatnajökullnationalpark
The nest of a Whooper Swan is a large pile of vegetation from the surroundings, lined with down and feathers from the birds. Whooper swans often use the same nest for many years if breeding is successful there. The female swan incubates for 35 days while the male defends their territory #iceland#reyjkavik