We are here in Iceland for more than two months now. We have visited almost all popular and some less frequently visited sites of this country. We have seen its wonders, we made thousands of photos and we enjoyed the lukewarm, sunny summer. What I like in Iceland? Almost everything. The sunset in Reykjanes, the sunrise in Gullfoss, the feeling of hesitation when I have to choose between the strawberry and the Oreo shake in Roadhouse, the feeling of non-hesitation when I see a bag of Lakkris, the freezing snorkelling in Silfra, the hundreds of waterfalls, the rainbow, admiring the eruption of Strokkur at the 126th time, icebergs and seals in Jökursárlón, the colurful clouds, the mystic geothermal areas, the ever-changing weather, the fog at road F35 so you start to believe in elfs just in case, the fish selection in restaurants, making the 234th photo of Sólfar, completing my weekly running with an icecream at the old harbor and so on.
What is the best, the ultimate here? The water. The cold water from the tap, one of the most pure drinking water on this planet. The hot water from the tap that make you feel you are in a spa. The sea and the ocean around. The hot tubs right next to the road. Swimming pools. Blue Lagoon. The rain. The glaciers. The waterfalls.
But if you are a photographer beware of tourists. Plan your trip wisely or you finish spending days of photoshopping out people from your pics!