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10 years ago I went to Egypt and Iceland & I’m still rocking the same poses! I bought my first house then so hope I enjoyed those holidays because they were the last for a very long time! 🤣💸 The kickass desert boots are gone but the scarf goes on every trip, covered in the engine oil of countless quad bikes now. Deserts and waterfalls still make my heart trill and whilst I carry more equipment to capture it all (thanks, last year’s pic!) I’m glad for the snaps that caught me experiencing the world in awe. That’s the part ...
I keep revisiting this photo of Gullfoss waterfalls not entirely happy with it.. But in person it had to be one of the most impressive things Iv ever seen. It's funny sometimes no matter how hard you try to capture the moment it's just not quite right... #gullfoss#gullfosswaterfall
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Un altro paio di foto dalle cascate Gullfoss, che spero possano dare l'idea della portata d'acqua, dell'umidità, del fragore e della profonda spaccatura nel terreno che le ha generate, immagino la violenza tellurica del fenomeno. Un provvidenziale raggio di sole rese il paesaggio, per qualche minuto, luminosissimo. #iceland#gullfoss
Still don‘t know why, exactly, but I do think people can have a spiritual connection to landscape, and I certainly did in Iceland. _____________________________________________ #gullfoss#gullfosswaterfall
ICELAND || One of my good intentions for 2019 is to return to Iceland. For sure. Me, my camera and not much planned. The two times I drove through this stunning landscape have made such an impact. Loved every bit! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #iceland#everydayiceland
Iceland holiday day 5 highlight is reserved for this gorgeous lady. She’s organised the holiday of a life time and we’ve made so many special memories. THANK YOU @chrissy.b115 ! #holiday#makingmemories
Gullfoss is Iceland’s most famous waterfall. It has two levels of falls for a total height of 31m. Today is snowy and cloudy, but evidently when the sun shines on the falls they turn a golden hue that gives it the name gull (golden) foss (falls) in Icelandic. #iceland#gullfoss
Recycling project - Power of nature / #gullfoss Iceland 💙 #recycling - We should keep our planet clean and try to avoid throwaway things. They take hundreds of years to expire. Less than 10% of the plastic waste can be recycled, I would like to sensitize you to the subject of plastic waste prevention. In the next few days I will again show pictures of the beauty of nature (given), then architecture (made) and then people. is a sideffect for me, one way to express myself. When I walk through the streets, ...
of the estimated 10,000 waterfalls across Iceland’s landscape, Skógafoss is one of its largest standing at 200 feet high and 49 feet across. • • according to legend, the first Viking settler in the area, Þrasi Þórólfsson, buried a treasure in a cave behind the waterfall. the legend continues that locals found the chest years later, but were only able to grasp the ring on the side of the chest before it disappeared again.
Reykjavik stands as the world’s northernmost capital of a sovereign state. 🇮🇸 • • it’s translation meaning “smokey bay”, the city was given its name by Ingolfur Arnason, the first permanent Norse settler of Iceland, in response to the rising steam (a result of the land’s geothermal activity) from its landscape.