An epic auroral display, a dark night, few clouds and a body of water that was both calm enough and unfrozen to show reflected stars.
This stunning expansive fisheye view of ice, Moon with a halo, Jupiter and Aurora was captured at Jökulsárlón Beach, southeast Iceland. Image credit Stéphane Vetter (Nuits
“Two Lands – Greenland | Iceland” a timelapse that will make you want to visit them right now! Watch the amazing video…
A very close journey by 2 quadcopters, to the active lava eruptions of the Bardabunga volcanic system in remote Iceland.
Iceland from Above is an amazing collection of images capturing the beauty of Iceland from an aerial view, created by talented photographer Lukas Gawenda. Images ©
An amazing Aurora and starry skies at Mount Kirkjufell, Iceland on April 2, 2014. Image © Nanut Bovorn
World‘s first Magma-powered geothermal system, located in Iceland, created. This could lead to a revolution in the energy efficiency of geothermal areas across our planet.
A stunning video about Aurora, a natural light phenomenon that can be seen in the Earth Poles. The North Pole ones are called Aurora Borealis
Planet Earth. On the dark and stormy night of September 12 at Hverir, a geothermally active area along the volcanic landscape with the amazing aurora
Elemental Iceland: “This is some of the timelapses I shot in Iceland in September of 2013. Over three weeks we drove nearly 5500km taking more