Apollo 23 has successfully(?!!) landed on the planet Iceland! 🇮🇸 Prior findings show that this planet doesn't look like that much to our earth. The surface is mostly green with different shades, partly white with ice and black of lavas. There is a boiling water coming out of the ground and it can sometimes erupt up to 70 meters. Horses, sheeps, artic birds and foxes are main habitants and It is worth to mention about puffins too! Not a spicy of animals but kind of a pokemon, hard to catch them though. 🐧 Time conception is different too. One day in planet Iceland equals almost six month in earth. That is why spending time in Iceland will keep you younger.👌🏻✨There is no sunset during summer time and almost all dark during winter. Well..maybe not that dark, as they say during winter different colors are dancing on the sky. Known as magical "Northern lights" on my next list 🔜 💚#whpwanderlust @instagram
Не совсем похоже на ту Исландию, что обычно активно мелькает в подборках фотографий и лентах? Возможно, но Исландией оно от этого быть не перестаёт. На фото - предместья Рейкьявика, служащие многим туристам началом пути в земли кратеров, ледников и бесчисленных водопадов.
Iceland from above, can you belive this is real? « Places like this leave you feeling inspired and in awe of the power of Nature. » says @simona_br_photography Tag someone you would explore with! — 📍#DiscoverIceland — 📸 Photos by @simona_br_photography
This is a picture of the edge of a Glacier we went to on an ice cave tour in Iceland. At the time, we were a good but past sunset so it was quite dark, hard to see without a headlamp. The shape of the glacier caught my eye, especially in the blue misty leftover light.
Had the pleasure of working with @greyspotvisuals this week on a local project here in the states. But no matter where we are the fun factor is always high with these guys. Here’s a little behind the scenes throwback to this summers Iceland trip.
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The hunt for the elusive Northern Lights can be tricky - but also quite rewarding! Here are 4 things to help you find them: 1.) Aim at the "shoulder season" - although winter months are darker, they generally feature worse weather conditions. Choosing Sept/Oct or Mar/April is probably the ideal choice. 2.) Don't be discouraged by a "poor activity forecast" - if the weather feels cold and there are no clouds, just try your luck! In the worst case you will be welcomed by a starry night and that's definitely not the worst way to end your day. 3.) Sometimes, our eyes are not able to see the Lights. Having a camera that you can manually set should help you with that. Have a longer exposure and adjust your ISO (having it 800 - 3200 should do the trick) and take that once-in-a-lifetime photo of Aurora Borealis. 4.) Come to Iceland! With only around 350,000 people living here, there is less light pollution meaning there are more places you can pick to try and spot them! ________________ 📸 : @diwiworld
Dooms Day As i walked through the roads of reykjavic, i came across this amazing phenomenon "midnight sun". The sun shone unexpectedly bright at the midnight after the sunset. It appeared as if the dooms day has arrived and the Icelandic heaven is the first victim. Can't believe i took this picture at 12:15 am. #whpwanderlust#instagram