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August 31st, 2012

Iceland Image Roundup

Posted By Joseph Rossbach

Land of the Midnight Sun

Last month I spent an amazing three weeks in Iceland leading a Photo Tour with good friend and fellow photographer Richard Bernabe as well as spending some personal time exploring the island. This was my first trip to Iceland and I was completely blown away by not only the wild and rugged beauty of the island, but also by the kind and friendly icelanders I met along the way.  In short, it was a trip of a lifetime and now one that I plan on making at least once a year for some time to come. In fact, Richard and myself will once again be leading a Photo Tour next July to Iceland. W are already 80% sold out, and I am planning on staying on after next years tour to explore some areas that i didn’t make it to this time around.  I hate to post and run, but I have been so busy with catching up on office work as well as shooting for some new personal projects that I can’t afford to spend much time on anything else. Here are my favorite images from the trip. I’ll make sure to post them individually in the coming weeks and months with notes on the creative process as well as the story behind each image. In the meantime, please enjoy the images and let me know what you think.


Icelandic Beauty




Vik Coastline

Snæfellsnes Reflections



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  1. George Lepp Says:

    Joseph: Some of the most beautiful images I’ve seen from Iceland. Thanks for sharing on your blog.

  2. Rich W Says:

    Stunning. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Gabriel Says:

    Awesome pictures. Very inspiring.

  4. Brian Says:

    If our School Property Tax gets eliminated in my lifetime, I can carry out my plans to visit Iceland before I die!! Looks like heaven!!

  5. Ed Stockard Says:

    Will have about 10-12 days in Iceland in mid November. This is definitely an inspiration and clue to sites to check out. These are truly stunning! My favorite is Seljalandsfoss. Hoping to drive the ring road from Akureyri to Reykjavik…. clockwise. Any suggestions besides don’t go in November (I don’t have a choice!)

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