If you ask me you can't find any other place in Iceland that's more Icelandic then the Westfjords. Geologically it's the oldest part of the island. Full of history but most importantly for us photographers, incredible landscape around every corner.
Reflecting back on 2014 I'm torn. I have to admit that I'm a firm believer in that you can always do better. I tend to see all the flaws in my work but once every blue moon I manage to create something that I don't loath.
I'm very excited as I write these words. I haven't been in an Icecave since last season. The Ice caves aren't something one can take for granted. They appear and disappear every season and unfortunately there's no guarantee that they will appear or how grand they are.
I want to talk about something I think is really important. I often travel with people that are on their very first visit to Iceland. Of course we have returning customers but the majority of the people that we service are first timers in the land of fire and ice. A lot of them have done quite a bit of research about what to expect.