By Adam Biernat — Community Member
One day I woke up with a strong feeling that it was time to set off into the unknown. I packed my stuff and together with Marta we headed to an unearthly land — Iceland. It turned out that we stayed there not one week, not even two, but exactly 18…months. We traversed lava fields, ate shark meat, fought hurricane winds, escaped volcano eruptions, and we’ve taken great delight in everything Icelandic. During all this time I’ve been registering all these vast open spaces, otherworldly landscapes, in-between moments, trying to capture the essence of Iceland.
In the faraway land | Westfjords
Northern Lights dancing above an abandoned farmhouse | Westfjords
We met this lovely arctic fox while hiking in the Westfjords.
Where silence echoes | Mjóifjörður
This vast open space | Mjóifjörður
Staring into the abyss | Dettifoss
In search of elves | Hólmanes
Rain patters lightly | Westfjords
On the way to Djupavik | Westfjords
What remains | Reykjanes
Absorbing emptiness | Westfjords
Let’s go for a walk | Krafla
Northern Lights never stop to fascinate | Stafafell
Entrance to the centre of the Earth | Krafla
Sometimes you just want to hide somewhere | East Fjords
Abandoned farmhouse | Westfjords
Pounding the rocks | Dynjandi
Winter is coming | Westfjords
Is there anybody out there? | Westfjords
It’s time to set off to the unknown | Berserkjahraun
It’s not the end of our adventure. Bite into Iceland with us! Meet us on biteoficeland.com and on instagram.com/bite.of.iceland.
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