Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Just down the road from the more famous Jökulsárlón in Iceland.
Strokkur geyser is near Geysir (which no longer erupts but was the origin of the name) in southwest Iceland.
Gullfoss in Snow
Part of the popular Golden Circle tourist route, Gullfuss isn't the largest waterfall in Iceland but it's one of the most spectacular.
Gullfoss From Above
Braving an icy path (and an unenforced "no entry" sign), we found some spectular shots from the other side of Gullfoss.
Three Horses of Iceland
Icelandic horses are distinct from the rest of the world, and no horses may be imported into Iceland. This photograph was accepted to the juried gallery at the Edmonds Arts & Crafts Fair.
The site of the first Icelandic parliament in 930, and the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge that divides Europe and North America.
Iceland Northern Lights
The bus ride was cramped, loud and exceptionally long...but the end result was worth it!
One of those lucky discoveries - I'm glad a walked down to see where the stream was originating.
A winter iceberg in Jökulsárlón.
This mouthful of a name refers to the Icelandic glacier in the background. Ice calves into the Jökulsárlón lagoon.
Winter Sunset in Iceland
The day doesn't last long in January, but the light can be spectacular during the long sunsets.
Mossy Rocks 2
Travelling the Ring Road on the way to Jökulsárlón, you traverse some amazing scenery - including these rolling rocks covered in lichen and moss.
Spires of Vik
The sun sets early in January in Iceland. These rock spires off the coast of Vik loomed in the failing light.
Reykjavik After Dark
Reykjavik can be a pretty bustling place late at night, but on this cold weeknight it was deserted.
Reykjavik is filled with very well executed graffiti.
The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is a great spa, where you can soak in hot mineral waters while your hair freezes. This photograph was accepted to the juried gallery at the Edmonds Arts & Crafts Fair.
The clock face in the tower of the Hallgrímskirkja church in Reykjavik has translucent panels. This city scene was shot though the clock face.
One of the most iconic buildings in Reykjavik, construction on this Lutheran church was started in 1945. The distinctive tower is visible throughout the city.
Another beautiful Icelandic horse posing for the camera.
Beautiful waterfal in south Iceland. Hard to keep the camera dry...
The Back Side of Water
If you don't mind getting a little damp, you can walk behind Seljalandsfoss in Iceland.
A old man-made cave in south Iceland.
Large waterfall in south Iceland. There's a trail to the top if you're feeling energetic.
Two contrasting rock types on the Dyrhólavegur beach in south Iceland.
Beach Ice 1
Ice that has calved into Jökulsárlón, floated into the ocean and washed up on the black sand beach.
Close shot of ice that has calved into Jökulsárlón, floated into the ocean and washed up on the black sand beach.
Ice that has calved into Jökulsárlón.
Floating ice with a tiny lagoon, in the larger ice lagoon of Jökulsárlón in Iceland.
Taking a break from swimming in Jökulsárlón, Iceland.
Seal in Jökulsárlón
Graceful in the water; a bit awkward on the ice.
Breiðamerkurjökull in Iceland. Ice calves off this glacier into the Jökulsárlón ice lagoon.