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THROUGH MY LENS: Iceland from above – PART 1

In this post I want to show you parts of Iceland that few has seen before from this angle.
A complete new angle has become available to the regular photographer with the introduction of drones. Of course you could jump in to an airplane previously and pay a pilot huge sums of money to catch similar angles. But the flexibility offered by a drone is to me amazing.

I shot these photos in June and July this year throughout my travels in Iceland. I’ve had so much fun shooting this that I want to keep going and make this a series, so this is PART 1  and I hope you will enjoy the views as much as me.

Let me know what you think in the comments or on social media!

This is the Svínafellsjökull glacier. A glacier tongue flowing down from the massive Vatnajökull ice cap.

This is the Svínafellsjökull glacier. A glacier tongue flowing down from the massive Vatnajökull ice cap.

A glacial river looking for it's way to the ocean.

A glacial river looking for it’s way to the ocean.

Seals on a beach in between Hvammstangi and Blönduós.

Seals on a beach in between Hvammstangi and Blönduós.

Interesting formations in black lava sand in the south part of Iceland.

Interesting formations in black lava sand in the south part of Iceland.

These amazing shapes are created by rivers on their way to the ocean.

These amazing shapes are created by rivers on their way to the ocean.

This is a moss covered lava field close to Kirkjubæjarklaustur on Iceland's south coast.

This is a moss covered lava field close to Kirkjubæjarklaustur on Iceland’s south coast.

Icebergs floating around in the super clear glacial lagoon Jökulsárlón.

Icebergs floating around in the super clear glacial lagoon Jökulsárlón.

Goðafoss, translated waterfall of the gods. A majestic and beautiful waterfall in the north of Iceland.

Goðafoss, translated waterfall of the gods. A majestic and beautiful waterfall in the north of Iceland.

A birds view of the Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon.

A birds view of the Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon.

Driving through a moss covered lava field in the south of Iceland.

Driving through a moss covered lava field in the south of Iceland.

This is one of my favorite camping ground in Iceland. Located just underneath the Skaftafell national park and literally next to a glacier.

This is one of my favorite camping ground in Iceland. Located just underneath the Skaftafell national park and literally next to a glacier.

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