April 23, 2014
Iceland has always been one of my favorite travel destinations. I travelled around the island in April 2014.
Driving Iceland’s ring road during spring is a remarkable experience. With a population of 325.671 and a total area of 103.000 km2, it’s the most sparsely populated country in Europe. On some eastern parts of the Island you see more reindeer's than people. Lots of roads are still icy or even closed.
During my road trip, I had the full range of weather: Rain, snow, sun and even sandstorms accompanied my journey.
The small peninsula is located on the south coast of Iceland, not far from the village Vík.
The East Fjords cover a 120km stretch of eastern Iceland’s twisted coastline.
The highlands of Iceland are an untamed mingling of jagged peaks, volcanoes, ice caps, valleys and hot springs.
A sulfuric martian landscape that looks far better than it smells.
Iceland's Ring Road
All photos and videos are taken with an iPhone 5S