Our day started in the rain driving across a very remote and desolate part of Iceland from Egilsstadir to Myvatn.  As you will see the day improved remarkably.

The latter part of the trip we crossed the northern edge of the largest lava desert in Iceland.   We just could not get a photograph that gave the true scale of it.  But we were rewarded with lots of other photographic opportunities as you will see.  

One site was Iceland's (indeed, Europe's) largest and most powerful waterfalls - Dettifoss.  At the end of our journey we came across the Hverir geothermal area.



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    Julian Sale.
    I love photography as does my wife, Maggie, so we have great fun indulging in our passion around home in Canada and wherever we travel. 

    We like most types of photography and are always looking for new ways of expressing ourselves photographically.

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