Found time within a truly crazy week to post my next batch of photos from Iceland. This slideshow includes the awe-inspiring East Fjords, full of dramatic mountain peaks, stomach-churning switch-backed roads and deep fjords. I also stood on the shores of a iceberg-filled Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon and stood in the humbling shadow of the huge Vatnajökull ice cap, the largest ice cap outside of the Arctic. To understand the awesome size of this ice cap is difficult – let’s just say it took a couple hours to drive along just the eastern edge. To view the photo slideshow, click on the link below.
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