After all this time waiting for June to arrive, I am finally in Iceland again. I’ve been looking forward to coming back here ever since I left last time and as soon as I landed yesterday I drove along the southern part of the island to a few favourite spots. The aim for the evening was to drive to Dyrhólaey, a beautiful spot by the sea with lots of strange looking rock formations jotting out into the sea. It’s a perfect place to play with long exposures and since one of my aims for this trip is to work on a series of very long exposure seascapes entitled “When time becomes a loop”, Dyrhólaey was top of the list. This particular shot is a 4 minute exposure taken with the help of the Big Stopper Lee filter.
On another note, today I was supposed to fly to Greenland and while I did fly all the way there this morning getting a glimpse of the icebergs through the clouds, unfortunately we had to turn around as the winds were too strong to attempt a landing. I will try again tomorrow so fingers crossed for some better weather.