Iceland: panoramas Part 2
The once 70,000 population of Siglufojdhur (Based off fishing) now is somewhere around 3-5,000. With an amazing walking setup, well worth a stop-off.
The fourth largest in Iceland, for me the most stunning to look at. A mini-Niagara Falls without the awful commercial town. Look at the colours!
Tourists snake through guided trails near Lake Myvatan
Down a dirt track to the world's nicest toilets (you'll understand when you go there), a short 100 metre vertical climb perches you on the top of the now-dead Hverfjall volcano. A kilometre diameter, it's hard to comprehend this once erupted.....
Hverir geothermal field
Only 10 minutes drive from Kverfjall volcano, these field is a surreal landscape, the earth belching 24 hours a day steam. The smell of sulphur is a......memory!
Husavik, north Iceland
Slightly over-coloured but an interesting perspective on some of the many whale-tour boats of Husavik.
Hard to beat this - you wouldn't find any campsite with a view like this!
60-odd percent of Iceland is officially classified as 'wasteland'. This photo, in the colours as captured by the camera, show a bleakness not found in many places. And hey, may as well be King of the Wastelands!