This October me and my wife took off to Iceland. We rented a car and headed east from Reykjavik. Here is a little photographic story of the trip.
In advance I would sincerely like to aplogize all the icelandic speakers for all the mistakes I make writing the names of all the beautiful places.
A funny thing about Þingvellir is that you can see two tectonic plates, Eurasia and North-America, drifting apart from each other there.
After Gulfoss we were back on the road and heading east. On our way we spotted this beautiful waterfall just by the roadside. It was called Seljalandsfoss and you were able to go around it and under the waterfall.
Jökulsarlon is an icy lake where blocks of ice fron Vatnajökull slowly float towards the sea.
Since it was Sunday and not that much to do i Reykjavik, we decided to go and see the Akranes lighthouses. We had been informed that there are the most picturesque lighthouses.