A fairly new addition to Iceland’s glacial lakes, the JÃ¶kulsÃ¡rlÃ³n Lagoon only developed in 1934 and is now considered to be Iceland’s second deepest lake with a depth close to 200m. It’s one of the more popular tourists stops in Iceland, mainly because it’s so close to the main road and it makes for a great place to stop and take photos.
Before I went to Iceland I researched this place and found lots of different kind of photos taken here, ranging from the usual touristy shots to some very cool moody sunset shots. Unfortunately I only had a few hours here so I was limited to what I could actually shoot, but I did however grab a few shots I was happy with.
The panorama below was made out of two shots blended in Photoshop. I processed both a colour and a black and white version and I really struggled to decide which one I should post. In the end I choose the colour version, but I also posted the black and white version in the “Shots that didn’t make it to the blog” section on the Facebook page.