From an eye-popping waterfall to a “petrified troll” in the sea. The remarkable pictures reveal the magic of Iceland’s rugged and Stunning Landscapes. And that’s why Iceland remains high on numerous holidaymakers’ bucket lists. Moreover, with exquisite detail, a 60 years old tourist/photographer “Wim Denijs” captured the most beautiful scenes that show fog rolling over mountains, water sweeping over the “Godafoss falls”, and a peaceful day on the water is surrounding the magnificent “Hvítserkur”. A 50ft basalt rock on the Vatnsnes peninsula. The photographer has been drawn to Iceland’s exclusive landscapes ever since the 2010 eruptions of “Eyjafjallajökull”.
The natural volcanic eruption formed a gigantic ash cloud that shut almost entire Europe’s airspace, grounding over 100,000 flights and ruining millions of holidays. I was so excited to discover Iceland differently in 2010 after the eruption of the “Eyjafjallajökull” and there I really feel how small and fragile we are.
We’ve no value/power, but nature is so powerful and beautiful. The creation is extremely marvelous, and I’m really fond of Iceland now. I saw the stunning beauty there, when melting the glaciers, the power of nature, and I became more and more a landscape photographer. Therefore, it is very striking to feel, when you are standing in the middle of a river, and you see that everything’s in harmony and the shapes of the mountains, the flood of the water, and the colors of the sky. God has created all these things with their power and authority.
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After that, I had visited Iceland 7 times since 2010, but still discovering astonishing sights. My favorite photograph is the pains of the “Vestrahorn” actually a very imposing mountain in the southeast of the country. I’m particularly intrigued by the culture, color, and lights, including a photographic study of landscape and people’s lives.
I could look at a line of laundry flapping in the wind, a pair of old, hard-working couple, a crowd of people on the street, and find it very attractive. Through taking pictures I want to tell everyone that no matter what no one is alone, no one is forgotten in this world. We’re all human beings belonging to nature, no matter what political decisions are made.
Source: Dailymail
According to Icelandic legend, the majestic Hvítserkur, a 50ft basalt rock on the Vatnsnes peninsula, is a petrified troll
According to Icelandic legend, the majestic Hvítserkur, a 50ft basalt rock on the Vatnsnes peninsula, is a petrified troll
Godafoss waterfall that lure nearly one million holidaymakers to Iceland every year
Godafoss waterfall that lures nearly one million holidaymakers to Iceland every year
Iceland is home to some of the most stunning waterfalls in the world, with plenty to gaze at in every corner of the country
Iceland is home to some of the most stunning waterfalls in the world, with plenty to gaze at in every corner of the country
Located on the Skjalfandafljot river, Godafoss falls is a popular stop for many holidaymakers when they tour north-east Iceland
Located on the Skjalfandafljot river, Godafoss falls is a popular stop for many holidaymakers when they tour north-east Iceland
Photographer Wim Denijs said he realised 'how small and fragile we are' after visiting Iceland for the first time in 2010
Photographer Wim Denijs said he realized ‘how small and fragile we are’ after visiting Iceland for the first time in 2010
The 60-year-old photographer has been drawn to Iceland's unique landscapes ever since the 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajokull
The 60-year-old photographer has been drawn to Iceland’s unique landscapes ever since the 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull
The photographer, from Flanders, Belgium, has visited Iceland seven times since the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted five years ago
The photographer, from Flanders, Belgium, has visited Iceland seven times since the Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted five years ago
Waves from the Atlantic Ocean crash ashore on a volcanic beach with the country's iconic black basalt sand
Waves from the Atlantic Ocean crash ashore on a volcanic beach with the country’s iconic black basalt sand
The Vestrahorn mountain, in south-eastern Iceland, is nearly 1,500ft tall and believed to be around eight million years old
The Vestrahorn mountain, in south-eastern Iceland, is nearly 1,500ft tall and believed to be around eight million years old
With exquisite detail, tourist Wim Denijs captured eye-popping scenes, including this one showing fog rolling over mountains
With exquisite detail, tourist Wim Denijs captured eye-popping scenes, including this one showing fog rolling over mountains
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