Iceland's Alien Landscape - Dream Place For Landscape Photographers

Published by WPC Official Blog on Sep'21,2017

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Iceland's Alien Landscape - Dream Place For Landscape Photographers

WPC Official Blog
2 | 330 | Sep 21, 2017

ICELAND

Iceland is the biggest island between North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. A paradise for tourists and a great place for landscape and nature photographers from all over the world. The whole island is perfect for photography with forests, mountains, valleys, geysers, rivers, waterfalls, lakes and a range of landscapes to be captured. 

By Claire Nolan

The island is divided into 8 parts: East Iceland, West Iceland, Westfjords, Reykjanes, Reykjavik, Highlandsa and North Iceland. The island lies between Eurasian and American tectonic plates, with the whole island made from volcanic activities of millions of years which provide stunningly beautiful landscapes. 

By Mahkeo

By Davide Cantelli

By Alexandre Godreau

By Mahkeo

Iceland is also considered to be one of the best places to observe Nothern Lights or Aurora Borealis. The best time to observe this amazing phenomenon in Iceland is from September to Mid-April. Every year all interested photographers go to this wonderful place to capture photos and videos of Northern Lights.

By Thomas Tucker 

By Jonatan Pie

The famous Ice Caves are a major tourist attraction and provide amazing frames ready to be captured.

By Jan Erik Waider

By Davide Cantelli

The Blue Lagoon provides every tourist an amazing place to relax. This lagoon lies in a huge lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes peninsula in the island’s southwest corner.

By Jeff Sheldon

Because of the alien looking landscapes the island has been used in various Hollywood movies like 

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Die Another Day
Batman Begins
Flags of Our Fathers6
Letters from Iwo Jima
Hostel: Part II
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Faust
Nova Zembla
Prometheus a, Dettifoss, Vatnajökull
Oblivion
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Thor: The Dark World
Noah
Interstellar
Game of Thrones

For any more information on Iceland please visit http://www.iceland.is/ or http://www.visiticeland.com/

We look forward to your photos from Iceland and all your travels

WorldPhotographersClub.com 


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ICELAND

Iceland is the biggest island between North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. A paradise for tourists and a great place for landscape and nature photographers from all over the world. The whole island is perfect for photography with forests, mountains, valleys, geysers, rivers, waterfalls, lakes and a range of landscapes to be captured. 

By Claire Nolan

The island is divided into 8 parts: East Iceland, West Iceland, Westfjords, Reykjanes, Reykjavik, Highlandsa and North Iceland. The island lies between Eurasian and American tectonic plates, with the whole island made from volcanic activities of millions of years which provide stunningly beautiful landscapes. 

By Mahkeo

By Davide Cantelli

By Alexandre Godreau

By Mahkeo

Iceland is also considered to be one of the best places to observe Nothern Lights or Aurora Borealis. The best time to observe this amazing phenomenon in Iceland is from September to Mid-April. Every year all interested photographers go to this wonderful place to capture photos and videos of Northern Lights.

By Thomas Tucker 

By Jonatan Pie

The famous Ice Caves are a major tourist attraction and provide amazing frames ready to be captured.

By Jan Erik Waider

By Davide Cantelli

The Blue Lagoon provides every tourist an amazing place to relax. This lagoon lies in a huge lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes peninsula in the island’s southwest corner.

By Jeff Sheldon

Because of the alien looking landscapes the island has been used in various Hollywood movies like 

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Die Another Day
Batman Begins
Flags of Our Fathers6
Letters from Iwo Jima
Hostel: Part II
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Faust
Nova Zembla
Prometheus a, Dettifoss, Vatnajökull
Oblivion
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Thor: The Dark World
Noah
Interstellar
Game of Thrones

For any more information on Iceland please visit http://www.iceland.is/ or http://www.visiticeland.com/

We look forward to your photos from Iceland and all your travels

WorldPhotographersClub.com