I am back in Seattle after spending the last 35 days in Europe with my children. Oh jet-lag… I am left without words for now. Brain dead and exhausted. But I wanted to share with you some images from my recent trip to Iceland. Hardly any words needed to describe such beauty.
This is what comes to mind when I think of Iceland…
Grey and so colorful.
Blue, grey, white and then there was yellow moss.
Modern yet still in time.
Beautiful and inhabitable.
And black sand and lava rocks.
Fermented whale and lobster soup.
Reserved yet so friendly.
24-hour sunlight and sun reflections on Harpa.
Enchanting. Quirky. I must go back.
I was in Iceland to teach a food and travel photography workshop with Ritchie Ace Camps. I will share images from those days as well – there are many beautiful ones that involve lots of food. But first these images of raw and pure nature. I took a day to explore the Snaefellsnes peninsula with Angela and Kreetta. It was quiet, reflective and can I say somewhat spiritual? They say this place has a special connection to the spiritual.
I felt it.