Northern Iceland Panoramas

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With 20 hours of daylight, we had about 5 hours of golden hour each night. We really enjoyed our time exploring areas around Akureyri and can't wait to get back!

Mt. Namafjall (Namaskard) a large geothermal area that is like being on another planet. . .that also has busses.
Mt. Namafjall (Namaskard) by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr

Grjótagjá. This is a long volcanic fissure that runs for miles and houses geothermal pools once used for bathing. I wish I had gotten one a little closer.
Grjótagjá by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr
Skútustaðagígar | Lake Myvatn: Mývatn is Iceland's fourth-largest body of water, has numerous extinct craters and is very popular with birders in Iceland. There's a wealth of things to explore around here and could easily spend a day there alone.
Skútustaðagígar | Lake Myvatn by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr

Even wider
Skútustaðagígar | Lake Myvatn by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr

Another view
Skútustaðagígar | Lake Myvatn by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr

Godafoss. Stunning waterfall where myth says all the pagan god statues were thrown into when Iceland converted to Christianity. Waterfall of the Gods.
Goðafoss by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr
 
Nice set! The place looks surreal. The skies are beautiful in these images.

It's been on my bucket list, but I keep reading about how touristy it's becoming, which gives me pause.
 
Beautiful! Nicely captured.
 
Really nice shots.
 

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