Here is an image from a mossy lava field in the south of Iceland. I’ve posted a few more images from this very unique place on the blog portion of my website. ▪️ Image credit: @barkriverphoto. ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ ▪️▪️▪️ ▪️ #iceland#ísland
Experiences > Material Things Iceland, you were amazing. From driving across an entire country, sleeping in a car, living off of bread, tuna, bananas and peanut butter, to meeting so many amazing people, embracing new cultures and seeing new things, this experience is one that I will never forget. It energized and motivated me to CRUSH IT this year, but also reminded me the importance of living life in a beautiful state. The aim this school year is to remain hungry, but always live peacefully and in the present moment. What experiences have had a HUGE impact on your ...
Iceland, a Nordic island nation, is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Massive glaciers are protected in Vatnajökull and Snæfellsjökull national parks. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which runs on geothermal power and is home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history. 📸@simona_br_photography travel #noboundaries#stunning
Ég er búin að vera í burtu frá þessum ljósu lokkum í rúma tvo daga og hjartað!!! - því verkjar💛 Þeir munu því fá þéttingsfastari meðferð næsta miðvikudag heldur en kettlingurinn á myndinni, svo mikið er víst! Og tæpur var hann þó...🐈
so the river behind me is....water run-off straight from glaciers. one morning we woke up at 7:30 AM to do a “river splash” as a way to wake up our central nervous system & get pumped up for the day!!! let me tell ya it was a RUSH. It was the kind of water that made you feel like you were stepping on knives but....hahah WORTH IT. my morning brain convinced me I might float away so I asked someone to be there to keep me safe 😂👏🏼 swipe for vid
A Aurora Boreal é um dos grandes fenômenos naturais que acontecem por ali e são mais fáceis de ver entre os meses de setembro e abril. A vantagem de vê-la na Islândia é que não é preciso deslocar-se muito dos centros urbanos. Foto: @guilhermegmesquita #amazing#instatravel
Sometimes you gotta look back in order to fully embrace the future. It’s not always easy to be confident when your on the edge of a big decision. It could be a brand new opportunity, a repeating cycle or lesson you still haven’t learned. Although I strongly trust my intuition, expectations & optimism often times end up wiggling their way into the decision. Sometimes they align and magic happens & other times I’m rerouted by my guides and loved ones. However, looking back in retrospect and getting confirmation on those decisions, is such a blessing. Currently standing in my truth, ...
Iceland you’ve stolen my heart...🏔🌿💫 I’m not sure what my exceptions were, but I do know they have been far surpassed. I’ve awoken to fresh mountain air, walked along black sand beaches with shining ice crystals, kissed wild horses, swam in hot springs, stared in awe at views that took my breath away, and just when I think I can’t be more impressed, the next spot holds even more wonder and magic. If there were ever a land fit for fairytales, Iceland, it would definitely be you. #iceland#zaradress
🇬🇧 || 🇵🇹 Iceland Cabins 🇮🇸 || Cabanas Islandesas 🇮🇸 . These small wooden cabins are located on the side of a volcano and support those who go hiking, mountain climbing and do winter sports. The set consists of the Mountain House and 3 Cabins - single, double and group. || Estas pequenas cabanas de madeira localizam-se na encosta de um vulcão e servem de apoio a quem vai fazer caminhadas, alpinismo e desportos de Inverno. O conjunto é composto pela Casa da Montanha e 3 Cabanas - individual, de casal e de grupo. . #tsfb_icelandcabins . #simsfreeplay ...
On Sunday, around 100 people installed a memorial plaque at the Okjokull glacier as it is Iceland’s first glacier to disappear. This NASA image shows the glacier’s shrinkage between Sept. 14, 1986 and Aug. 1, 2019. For full story, click the link in our bio. @krqe (NASA via AP)