The next day I decided to drive the couple of hundred kilometres to the
footsteps of Vatnajökull - the worlds third biggest glacier.
However few cars there were on the road the drive turned out to be
quite dangerous - I just couldn't get my eyes of this amazing view -
millions of tons of ice sawing itself down the mountain not more than a
few kilometres of the road. Staggering.
The view at
my final destination, somehow makes time stop or slow down. There I was
- facing (when I am not looking into the camera) a huge broad front of pure water confined by cold into a blue
coloured mountain of ice.
A seal taking a look at the surrounding world at Jökulsarlon.
... and yet another picture of Jökulsarlon.
Highway 1 back towards Reykjavik from Jökulsarlon - this must what the Americans call freedom!
The sunset just outside the small village of Vik