On Iceland – Day 2: The South Coast Tour

We continued with Extreme Iceland for Day 2, but this time for a trip along the south coast. It was simply another day of the beauty providing sensory overloaded.

Wondering about the numerous lava field I expected, but observing ecological succession with lava field covered with moss was a surprise


Seeing wonderful scenery


Walking behind the waterfall (Seljalandsfoss)


Strolling black beach (Reynisfjara)


Marveling at rock formations


Enjoying the view from Dyrholaey of the black beach we just visited


Reflecting about the setting of a farm with its fertile land and the glacier above


Hearing the roar of Skogafoss in its gorge


Standing on the glacier (Solheimajokull)


Never tiring of the landscape and the views


Continually admiring the landscape


…. after all, how could anyone get bored with seeing places like this.


Hope you enjoyed the brief highlights of Iceland’s south coast. Here’s a 2+-minute video showing the sights in motion.


On Exploring Light

The Exploring series aims at taking a look at a topic through a wonderful video. The previous two posts  examined the wonder of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and the inspiring mind … but today is light.

Light is a necessity for biological relationships, yet to humans it’s more than luminescence that stimulates sight. Light is a metaphor for understanding  a problem, a viewpoint, a context, and yes – even an angle. Light is on the outside and the inside … and to some even see it as eternal.

Think about light as you watch this video, and then share your thoughts after watching.