The past few days I’ve been in Iceland, and wow – one hell of a ride.
I’ve been getting about 3-4 hours sleep each night, and each day is jam-packed full of touring, taking photos, and attempting to escape the blizzards that roll through during our driving cross country.
I’m going to try my best to blog some of the photos from these past few days – some amazing scenery for sure…but I’m about to head out to venture out on our 3rd day of touring the country.
For now, I hope you enjoy this photo from the blue lagoon. The lagoon is a fluorescent blue sulfur spring located in the southern region of iceland. We went swimming in the lagoon during a 20 mph wind/blizzard storm – and let me tell you…it was INSANE. It felt like a crazy dream…a huge fluorescent blue hot-tub with steam rolling over your head and snow coming down. Crazy sight to see, as you could probably guess.
Last night we caught a glimpse of the northern lights, but for the majority – the country was covered with clouds due to the snowstorms, but we’re confident we will see them tonight. To see a photo from last night, head on over to my facebook page.