Iceland is still one of the most popular destinations for landscape photography, and here, you can see why. However, remember the inner journey is the most important!
When it comes to landscape photography, few countries in the world are as popular as Iceland and for good reasons. Epic waterfalls, black sand beaches, majestic mountains, basalt rocks, glaciers, ice caves, volcanoes, lava fields, sea stacks, valleys, geysers, and the northern lights are just a small selection of what Iceland has to offer. Whether you are a photography hunter or just want to experience how the Earth must have been when it was made, Iceland is the place to go.
In the above video, I have collected around 40 more or less known locations from the land of ice and fire and put them into a short video presentation. However, I highly encourage you to look beyond this presentation when you go. There is so much more to discover, and it might not be what you think it is.
The most important part of any outer journey is still the inner journey. You might be inspired by outer landscapes, but after my first tour through Iceland, I was a changed person. I knew what I wanted and that was to pursue landscape photography as more than a hobby. You might not specifically want to pursue landscape photography, but you might get smarter with yourself or just need something to take your mind off the hectic everyday life. Whatever it is, Iceland helped me.