Hellnar is on the Snaefellsness peninsula in Iceland and plays host to a dramatic series of basalt cliffs. This image was made around midnight - these lenticular clouds just kept getting better and better. I finally had to pull myself away around 12.30 and go to bed in anticipation of a 3am wakeup for sunrise.
Barnafoss (Childern's Waterfall) is in Western Iceland and while not the biggest or most powerful in the country, it's certainly one of the most impressive. A massive volume of water roars through this narrow canyon and in this photograph I attempted to capture a sense of that.
The beach at Búðir at first was uninspiring, but walking further along reveals a wonderland of boulders and rock formations. This image was made after scrambling over seaweed covered boulders to a relatively flat raised platform. The light lent itself to a black and white interpretation and the lenticular clouds over the distant mountains complements the form of the water between the foreground rocks.
A one minute exposure was used to blur the water.