The sunset glow tinted the mountain pink
Exploring the inside of a glacier is one incredible experience. Here the entrance is close to the surface illuminating the cave.
Legend has it that the probability of is as high as 99.5%!!
Houssawvik in Iceland, which is known as the whale watching capital of Europe, must come to the sea to watch whales, almost all can be seen. If you don't see it, you are lucky, you are the remaining 5%.
The shore of the town of Husavik is full of ships going out to sea. The snowy mountains in the distance are clearly visible and very shocking.
Walking around the sea for about 2 hours, the boat will go out for a while before going to the whale watching area.
When you see a whale watching area, when a whale appears, the guide on the boat will shout. There are whales in the direction of a few quarters of an hour. If you dont understand, in which direction you look, you will look right there. .
When the whales are spraying water, there will be a rainbow, which is beautiful.
When watching the return of the whale, hot chocolate and bagels are available on board.
The sea surf is relatively large, and the friend who wants seasickness should eat seasickness medicine in advance. Sitting in the middle of the boat after boarding the ship, it will not be too swaying. The day we went out to sea was particularly big, and almost half of them were seasick.
Wearing: The wind and waves coming out of the sea are very big, so be sure to wear thick points. Professional windproof and waterproof clothes will be provided after boarding, and the clothes are very large. Don't worry about wearing too much inside.
Near Iceland, 66 degrees north latitude, the summer is fleeting, short and gorgeous. In addition to the Lu Binghua, which is full of mountains and plains, the melting snow adds ample water to each waterfall. The water droplets collide with each other and the bright summer sun combines to create a colorful rainbow or even a layer. Stacked rainbows. The Fountain of the Gods is undoubtedly the most colorful waterfall I have ever seen. The open plains allow light to reach the waterfall without being blocked, from sunrise to sunset. Deliberately choose to live in the nearby half-hour drive, a town of only 300 people, no one in the morning and evening, enjoy the rainbow and waterfall under the sunrise and sunset, take pictures without interference, how to shoot how to shoot. This time, I also chose the waterfall that is not the most niche but not the net red, which is the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland and the waterfall with the largest water flow in Europe.
This blue hole is located in the scenic area of Mi Lake. Remember the mysterious cave where Jon Snow & Ygritte was playing in The Game of Rights? Its here. Grjtagj used to be a thriving bath.
However, a lot of geological activities occurred in 1975-1984, causing the water temperature in the cave to rise so high that it was not suitable for bathing. Every year, the Icelandic government will announce the rising temperature of the hole. It is said that it has reached 43 degrees now. It is a bit hot for the hot springs, because I saw a German family come here to make hot springs. Almost only the edge part can enter the water. Its really hot.
Don't know how the scene of "The Game of Rights" was filmed at the time?
TIPs: Grjtagj has two holes to climb in. The inside is figured out, but climbing up and down is a bit dangerous. The advice of not being healthy is to go in from the two entrances to enjoy the scenery.
After visiting the Blue Cave, remember to go to the Lake of Mihu to soak in the hot springs. There are obviously no more people in the Blue Lake, and you can enjoy a private space.
[Face travel] Icelandic Lake Lake area play Raiders ~ blasting ins waterfall volcano!
Iceland after the snow, it looks like an angel baby! The waterfalls of the gods and the volcanoes on the east side of Lake Mi are also the beauty of the soul! Everyone wants to make a big movie, try to wear red or yellow clothes, and put people into the scenery to shoot environmental portraits! However, you must be careful when taking photos on the cliffs of the gods waterfall, the ice is very slippery! Although the attractions near
Mi Lake are beautiful, it is really not easy to go in winter! Because going to Mi Lake means going around the island! But to tell the truth, the road conditions in Iceland after the snow are really bad. It is really not recommended to drive around the island in winter. It is too dangerous! A lot of places are less than five meters in the snow! I had to go to check out a more small waterfall, because there was no car in the path, the snow was too thick, and we could only do it!
Today, there are quite a few vehicles participating in the audience's waterfall. The parking lot is no longer visible. All the cars are parked on the edge of the canyon. The snow of the gods has covered my calf, but someone has opened a trail.
Figure 1 This photo I took over the layers of snow, don't ask me if I am cold, really want to answer, okay, because my down jacket took off for a few seconds, I put it on immediately after the shoot.
The surrounding of the Gods Waterfall is covered with thick snow, so be careful. Every step on the edge of the cliff near the waterfall must be stepped on to take the next step. Some of the seats taken in the summer could not be filmed, and all were covered by snow. The path on the other side is also gone. The choice of winter is also relatively small. The sky behind the waterfall is full of dark clouds, and the sky lacks details.
Akureyri is the most famous city in Iceland except Reykjavik and is known as the capital of the north. Since leaving Reykjavik, all the sights are endless mountains and wilderness, and the wind and the grass of the cattle and sheep, even people can not see a few. In Akureyi, I saw a long-lost high-rise and crowd, and there was a sense of intimacy. Akureyri is also a famous city of love. Watching the traffic lights here will reveal a lovely love.
This stems from the 2008 financial crisis in Iceland. Akureyri hopes that the city people will not lose their hope for life because of the financial crisis, and launched a "smile with heart" activity, leaving love in shops, traffic lights, doors and windows. Now that the financial crisis has passed, Icelands economy has gradually recovered, but this lovely tradition has indeed been passed down.