I just came back from an impressive 20 day trip to Iceland. My first thoughts after coming home are mixed. Luckily to be save at home with a roof over my head and sad not to stroll through breathtaking landscapes i can´t even describe in words.
I now want all of you to take part on my epic trip through this country.
First i want to present the famous rock formation Hvitserkur on the north side of iceland on a late light after sunset. The black lava boulders in the foreground impressed me to take such a low angle and to get a really big depth that leads you into the image.
The name "Imp Stone" can attributed to an icelandic saga which says there was once a troll who turned to stone after seeing the morning light. Believe it or not - this place is magical!
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