Iceland

ICELAND 2009 † 2

“The maiden voyage”

Part 2/3

 
 
 

Carte de la deuxième partie du road trip en Islande en 2009

 
 
 

Jokulsarlon


 

La glace du Jokulsarlon au petit matin
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The silence of the night gave way to a tremendous din of bird calls, all happy to celebrate a new day in this place. It is 6:42.

 

La glace sur la plage noire du Jokulsarlon
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Friend who reads these lines, think that we are August 8, 2009. On the beach rest these incredible blocks of ice, the moment is magic yet I am alone, in full “high season”, not a photographer, not a tourist to the ‘horizon.
Things have changed a lot since then. I know.

 

To the East fjords


 

Cheval islandais brun avec une crinière blonde
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The beauty of an Icelandic horse.

 

Couple de moutons prenant la pose devant l'Ile de Skrudur
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I did not know the mountains of Stokksness on this first trip. The sky was overcast and then I was too excited to explore the eastern fjords from where we can see this mysterious island named Skrúdur Island .

 

La chute de Gufufoss en noir et blanc
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It is one of the cross-ups on the road, close to Seyðisfjörður . Yet easy to access, nobody really pays attention to this fall. I want to fix this affront! I find it beautiful and worthy of interest. Here is Gufufoss , “The vaporous fall” …


 

Hallormsstadur


 

Baies de myrtilles dans la forêt d'Hallormsstadur
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Hallormsstadur is an Icelandic “forest” bordering the lake Lagarfljót . We walk on paths lined with multicolored flowers, wild berries, a mossy soil sprinkled with mushrooms. A real delight.

 

Champignons dans la forêt d'Hallormsstadur
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F910 & Askja


 

Un cairn géant devant le volcan Snaefell
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It’s impossible to forget this first day in the Highlands , this feeling of immensity and adventure.

 

Congère sur la piste F910
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We are embarking on the legendary F910 that reaches Askja . This track offers the feeling of sinking into the mythology of the Viking people.
These isolated lands were formerly areas reserved for criminals sentenced to exile, deprived for eternity of all contact with civilization.

 

Le barrage KARAHNJUKAR en construction
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We missed a branch of the F910 and here we are on the dam Kárahnjúkar in full construction! No prohibition, no barrier to warn us of danger, here we are in the middle of huge construction machinery under the incredulous gaze of the workers.
Question : who can tell me how these cars descended to the bottom of the canyon?

 

Le cratère Askja et ses eaux turquoises
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Askja and its turquoise Viti is like Rome or Paris , you have to see it once in your life. You can swim there, the water is 25 C ° but how to say … go paddling alone in these opaque waters, probable nest with sea monster … say that I was focused on my photographs. Oh yes, and it was late, we had no time.

 

Une randonnée vers Askja sous la pluie
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We were picked by a big grain this end of the day, those who surprise you in the mountains. Very dangerous in case of fog, one can quickly be disoriented.

 

Myvatn Area


 

La chute Selfoss en noir et blanc
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Silver hair of Selfoss . I will return in the middle of winter in 2014 (to follow in a future story).

 

Une baleine dans la baie d'Husavik
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