Every day brought new landscapes and dramatic changes in weather. We were extremely fortunate to have enough weather to add “atmosphere” to our images, but it was never significant enough to deter anyone in the group from wanting to make photographs.
Landscapes from the highlands, the south coast and near the glacial lagoon.
Additional landscapes from the south coast and Black Sand Basin (highlands).
The Dyrhólaey lighthouse and an elevated structure.
Single family and community farms.
We refused to let a little rain stop us from making photographs.
Every day we were treated to another spectacular view.
And of course I kept on photographing power and telephone poles. Perhaps it was because I missed seeing trees.