My latest batch of photos covers a rather large region of Iceland, the southwest corner, home to an astonishing diversity of landscapes. These photos include my first taste of Iceland on the Reykjanes Peninsula with its surreal lava fields and steaming Blue Lagoon, the heavily touristed Golden Circle of volcanoes, waterfalls and geysers, as well as the sleepy beach town of Vík where I strolled a black sand beach. I also visited Þingvellir, the national soul of Iceland where the world’s first democratic parliament met for almost 900 years in the rift valley of an active continental divide. To view the slide show, click on the link below.
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