I am now back in Dubai after a great week of photographing and driving through Iceland and I’m so grateful to the entire group that came on this trip. They are a great bunch of people who put up with a lot of driving time (mostly driven by the many sweets and cakes we had on the way) and I feel very fortunate to be able to lead a group like this through a beautiful place like Iceland. And since I mentioned cakes… if you do go to Iceland, don’t overlook the deserts. The Rhubarb cakes are spectacular and in the Westfjords we had what we all called the best waffle ever at Simbahöllin Cafe.
I have quite a few shots from Iceland and Greenland to blog over the next weeks and the image above is of a church in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula about which I have blogged before, after my last trip to Iceland. In the meanwhile, the church also became somewhat famous as it was featured in the movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. As I said in my previous post, this trip I’ve tried to experiment quite a bit with my tilt-shift lens and since the evening was a fairly dark and moody one in terms of weather, the photograph looks very different from the one I posted before.