A close-up of the incredible blue ice you can see inside of an ice cave. This was shot inside the Vatnajökull glacier, considered to be the biggest European glacier.
When you stumble across a boiling mud pool in a geothermal area, you can often find these weird mud rings.
One of the amazing things about geothermal areas is that, when the ground is filled with different minerals, the colors become so vivid and different. This is a close-up of one of the mountainsides at Kerlingarfjöll.
In the Icelandic highlands you can find this really surreal scenery everywhere. Black ash covered mountainsides combined with lush green moss and a little bit of fog on top of that for that extra drama.
An ice block on the Jökulsárlón diamong beach during a winter sunset. This place is just beyond comparison.
A peak of one of the mountains, in the Borgarfjörður-Eystri area, sticking out above the clouds.
Using a zoom lens you can pull all the layers in your shot into one plane. This was taken at the Ice Lagoon, showing off all the different colours of the ice - during sunset.
This was taken at Urriðafoss - a waterfall most people skip when driving along the Ring Road. I love the layers and the shapes of the ice in the river and on the waterfall. The yellow glow is coming from the first sun rays of the day hitting the ice.
Sometimes you just need to let Mother Nature do its thing. This long exposure close-up of Gullfoss is just the water painting the capture.
This shot is one I took at Hreðavatn, near Bifröst. When there's lots of oxygen in the ice you get these kind of bubbles and patterns.
One of the most amazing things about a really cold winter in Iceland is that some waterfalls completely freeze over. This close-up is a part of Stjórnarfoss near Kirkjubæjarklaustur.⠀
This is a long exposure close-up of the biggest European waterfall, called Dettifoss. It's hard to take photos there nowadays without hundreds of people in your shot so I decided to experiment a bit.
A clash between the blue glacier ice and the low winter sun. No Photoshop involved here - just Mother Nature at its finest!⠀
The bluest water you can find in Iceland, I think, is in the river Brúará. The river contains fresh glacier water.
Dalalæða means fog in the fjord. You can't see on this close-up but the cloud covered the whole fjord beneath but when you're up above, the scenery is just amazing!
The mud inside geothermal mud pools can be quite mesmerising to look at. The thick but fluid mud forms the weirdest shapes while it's boiling.
The golden glow of a winter sunset hitting the edges of the blue ice at Svínafellsjökull. I really love the contrast between the sunlight and the ice.
This tiny stream near Hvítserkur, North Iceland, was so beautifully frozen that I couldn't not photograph it. I love how the ice is seemingly trying to take the grass into its grasp.
The top layer of a glacier, when not covered in snow, is interesting. Not only for the blue colors but also for the layers of dirt (or ash in this case). They can shape up to very interesting patterns from different angles.
A zoomed-in shot when looking further up the glacier at Svínafellsjökull, South Iceland. The small cloud veiling part of the glacier really did the trick for me here.
A tiny waterfall near Hvítserkur, North Iceland. I really like the combination of the red rocks and the dripping icicles at this place.