Photo gallery: 11 otherwordly landscapes of Iceland that will make you want to book a trip now
From majestic waterfalls to illuminating northern lights, Iceland beholds some of the world's most breathtaking scenery and natural wonders. Take a glimpse through the lens of Martin Schulz...
Sunset with a view of the enormous canyon that Háifoss plunges into (Martin Schulz)
Aldeyjarfoss in snow and ice at sunrise (Martin Schulz)
Westside of Kirkjufell at low tide (Martin Schulz)
Shot from halfway up, this image clearly shows the troll who watches over the falls (Martin Schulz)
Kirkjufell in fall (Martin Schulz)
Dettifoss in full summer flood (Martin Schulz)
Black lava rocks and red sand (Martin Schulz)
Shot from a semi-dry spot behind the waterfall (Martin Schulz)
“Fire and ice, among stinted beauty, endless range, rugged tracks and lovely valleys.
Iceland offers all of this.”
– Martin Schulz
Hrafnabjargafoss (Martin Schulz)
Sunset on a cold winter's day (Martin Schulz)
Kirkjufell under intense northern lights (Martin Schulz)
Photographing Iceland: An insider's guide to the most iconic locations reveals the most photogenic and diverse landscapes throughout Iceland. Whether your trip is short or long stayed, this book provides readers with five unique photography-focused tours that encompass the country's must-see highlights.
Discover more of Martin Schulz's photography at: martin-schulz.photography.
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