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Iceland : with raw, dramatic landscapes born from volcanic eruptions and carved out by glaciers, Iceland is an amazing place to visit. Choose a photo gallery below to see the pictures I took in Iceland. You can use these photos as a travel guide to Iceland and see some pictures of Geysir, Gulffoss, Kerio, Pingvellir and Reykjavik. All photos taken with a Canon EOS Digital SLR (DSLR). At the top of the page you can find a link to the conditions for using these pictures for free. You can also follow me on my Blog or on Twitter. Bon Voyage!
Iceland Travel : if you are planning to travel to Iceland, in addition to the pictures below, you can also check a selection of the Best Hotels in Reykjavik.
Geysir Photos Geysir : hot spring area in the valley Haukadalur, named after the famous hot spring Geysir. Although the eruptions of Geysir are unpredictable, the other geyser Strokkur (the butter churn) erupts every 7 minutes in average. Click the image to see my pictures of Geysir.
Gullfoss Photos Gullfoss : Iceland's most famous waterfall on the river Hvita. Gullfoss means Golden Waterfall in icelandic. The impressive white cascade drops 32 metres into a narrow gorge which is 70 meters deep and 2.5 kilometres long. Click the image to see my pictures of Gullfoss.
Kerio Photos Kerio : 55 m deep volcanic crater formed in an explosion 3000 years ago. It is now extinct and filled by a deep lake. Click the image to see my pictures of Kerio.
Pingvellir Photos Pingvellir : large lava field, situated right on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where the European and North American plates are moving apart. In 930 the Icelandic Parliament (Alpingi) was founded there, on the banks of the lake Pingvallavatn. Click the image to see my pictures of Pingvellir.
Reykjavik Photos Reykjavik : world’s most northerly capital. Founded in 874 by a norwegian Viking called Ingólfur Arnarson who named the place Reykjavik (Smokey Bay) after the steam rising from the hot springs. Click the image to see my pictures of Reykjavik.