The DC Plane Wreck is a famous site located in South Iceland, its rusting shell laying on haunting black sands !✈️🇮🇸 Tag people who will love this shot !
📸 Photo by @nattesferd
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Iceland, the land of natural contrast. Overlooking the endless black sand beach of the south coast. I could sit there and watch this view all day long... That’s a lie. There’s way too much left to explore!
The mighty Háifoss in it's winter mode. This 122m beast definitely does not look like the fourth highest waterfall in Iceland from this altitude. Already pushing the drone waaay out if my comfort zone.
"I’d compare lupine fields in Iceland with lavender fields in France - it’s a “must visit” thing. But it became a problem for the Icelanders: wild lupines (which were brought to the country to stop soil erosion) threaten to displace natural flora.
Blossom time is in the middle of June - beginning of July, but it depends on weather conditions: for example last summer was cold, so violet melody still sounds on the fields even at the end of July :) By @lighty_light
Have you been to the land of fire and ice yet? New on the Journal, @lauralawsonvisconti takes us to Iceland, sharing a full itinerary and travel tips for a 7 day roadtrip with 6 friends. Link in bio! #explore_enjoy
Quick break from Boston posts to relive those magical views of Iceland.
That photo was taken from our room at the @fosshotel Glacier Lagoon. It’s the perfect location for a night between Vik and Diamond Beach/Jokulsarlon. They also have some of the best food I ate during my whole stay in Iceland. It was so good that it made me question Iceland’s reputation of it being difficult to find good food! Definitely check it out if you are in Iceland!