My trip to Iceland had been an extremely eye-opening experience in my lifetime. It pretty much started my journey and fueled my determination to photograph these amazing nature beauties that Mother Earth had so kindly given us.
Iceland was picked as our honeymoon destination – a place that I would call it “Out of Time, out of Earth”. The massive landscape that is still well preserved, mostly untouched by man’s hands, are incredibly beautiful. Once you get out of the city area, the view before your eyes is undisturbed by any architectures stretching all the way to the horizons. And through my lens, I can’t help but awed by “Nature’s Miracle”.
Winter driving is new to me. I’ve never done it – no not yet – and this post isn’t about my first time driving. It’s a short clip of my driver, getting us through the mountains of Iceland to head off for another destination. It was at night and completely dark outside the windows, but I was sitting right at the front of the bus. It was then that I realize there was a strong wind and some form of a snow storm happening.
This article pretty much sums up, in general, how I spent 12 days in Iceland, and never for once did I regret doing so.
Well, to start this off, I need to first clarify on the “magical” part. I wasn’t quite the believer when I first came across brochures and travel articles emphasizing on how magical it was. I always see travel agencies with tour packages like, “7D Magical Tour” or “10D magical world of colors” and I kept thinking they were all mythical descriptions cooked up by these agencies to get people to buy these packages.