Tagged: Waterfalls

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Our final days in Costa Rica included a few more frogs and birds, a guided visit to a coffee estate, some tree-top adrenaline and a short interlude of 5-star R&R to fortify us for our next destination. Here...

Banff and Jasper National Parks Gallery

Canyons and lakes. Sunrises and sunsets. Stars and northern lights. Here’s what we were doing in Canada when we were too lazy to go hiking.

South Iceland Gallery II

The central part of Iceland is called the Highlands. There are no settlements and it is inaccessible in winter. Our trusty campervan would have been no match for this terrain, so we joined a...

South Iceland Gallery I

Jokulsarlon is one of the most famous and most visited natural attractions in Iceland and turned out to be one of our favourites too. It offers the mind-boggling combination of a glacier, an iceberg...

Silent Letters, Double Consonants and Murderous Midges

We should have known.  Myvatn.  The word rolls easily enough off the tongue until you reach the “n”.  Words that end with “tn” really should be discouraged, like goalkeepers named “Szczesny” and places called...

North Iceland Gallery

Overflowing with photographic opportunities, North Iceland is a hotbed of volcanic activity, grand waterfalls and moody coastal vistas. Just avoid the insects!  

Westfjords Gallery

Remote and rugged, the Westfjords are filled with towering waterfalls, craggy mountains and spell-binding beaches. These are some of our favourite images from this region.

Don Juan and the Westfjords

My friend Paul has a system. He uses it to determine how good-looking he is compared to the general population.  When he enters a room, an auditorium or a stadium, he decides, using purely...

Snaefellsnes Peninsula Gallery

It sounds like a man supressing a sneeze, but the Snaefellsnes Peninsula is in fact a glorious, relatively deserted peninsula that stretches out from the west coast of Iceland. Enjoy some of our images.

Hitting the Road

I knew we were back in London when I saw the Heathrow customs queue.  It snaked back on itself multiple times and seemed to expand and contract like a slinky spring as it moved...