Iceland in March 2018, just a few days in the South. We were lucky to have sunny, frosty and dry weather, but it was quite windy. Some more clouds would have made the skies more interesting, but the weather was luck anyway! My first impression was what a vast, unspoiled and beautiful country it is; numerous partially frozen waterfalls, friendly Icelandic horses, volcanic lava fields, hot springs and geezers, dramatic rock formations, glaciers, ice caves, ice floating on lagoons and beautiful mountains covered by snow, friendly people and pretty wooden houses and churches. We experienced each of these wonders a bit. I need to go back...
Sunset on the way to ReykjavikPart of Hraunfossar, a lava field waterfall.Icelandic birch tree hanging over Hraunfossar.FossárréttFossárrétt; detail.Fossárrétt; detail.Strokkur hot spring at sunriseStrokkur just about to explode.Hot Strokkur surrounded by thin ice.Strokkur showing its power!Detail from Gullfoss.An upper part of Gullfoss.A close-up of Gullfoss.Icelandic horses are very varied in appearance and character.