Not a perfect replica, but here’s me in ICELAND standing in front of the same waterfall in my last post 🙌🏽 I know I said that I would keep you guys updated, but we only had WiFi at our hotel and since it stays light all night we kept finding ourselves out and about at 1am and when we got back to the hotel BED happened and nothing else. Stay for all the deets during the next couple days ✌🏼
28 years young today! What i have started to figure out over the years is just how lucky i am to have family, friends and fiancé that are always there for me. Hope everyone has an awesome day and keep being awesome💙👑👌
@themattvanm , admiring the view on the remnants of a steel & concrete bridge, destroyed in 1996 by a massive glacier flood or jokulhlaup. A volcanic eruption caused melted ice to built up underneath the Vatnajökull glacier. The ice cap of the glacier eventually cracked under the pressure of the water, which caused millions of gallons of water to flood the surrounding area. The force of the water broke of ice-bergs from the glacier which caused massive destruction in their wake. #travel 🇮🇸, #vatnajökull#landoffireandice#Iceland
Leirhnjúkur is a lava field in northern Iceland. Many of Iceland's lava fields have grown over with thick moss. Leirhnjúkur stands out among them because it's relatively new (30 years) and is still a jet black burn across the landscape. Views like this one are why it so often feels like Iceland is a different planet.
Dramatic, hugely atmospheric start to the day: exploring Seljalandsfoss, a narrow waterfall where the water plummets over a former sea cliff. Behind the fall’s deep, wonderful circular plunge pool is a cave. Here I have climbed up behind and to the side of the fall. .Fantastic morning of painting. I have been planning to explore Iceland for many years, and recently inspired by the Icelandic influenced ceramic works of artist @hilary_mayo who I exhibited work with last June at the New Craftsman Gallery St Ives, Cornwall @newcraftsmangallery