The top of the mountain is clothed in a beautiful "cloud forest" with its own unique ecosystem.
On our first night at Jökulsárlón earlier this year, we found this blue iceberg sitting all by itself on the black sand beach.
I chose this spot because from here, the small pond in the foreground reflected the brilliant colors in the sky.
The sun was just coming out from behind the mountains, and it cast a soft, perfect light on the lupines.
We found the church in the lupine we were looking for while scouting the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in Iceland.
The moors of Scotland were difficult to leave. We spent just three days in Scotland, and we did get one day of fantastic weather.
I used a wide aperture to produce a very narrow depth of field, so that very little of this photo is in sharp focus.
These are some of my favorite stormy shots. I'd love to hear about your experiences shooting in nasty weather!
We spent 3 night at Jökulsárlón photographing the calm waters of the glacier lagoon. We got a fantastic light show on this windless night.