너와 이야기 할 때는 이 방에 들어와 가끔 저 방에서 나눈 이야기를 들려주어야할 때 창문을 열어 보여주면 되지만은 건너방에서 나눈 이야기를 보여주려면 날아가거나 방을 옮기거나 내가 그 이야기들을 다시 들고 오거나. 언제부터인지는 모르지만서도 너랑 이야기할 때랑 쟤랑 이야기할 때 또 다른 쟤랑 이야기할 때마다 각각의 방을 만들었던 것도 같애. 근데 천장과 지붕과 벽이 있는 지는 아직 모르겠어.
When I talk with you in this room then sometimes need to show you different stories in the next room just need to open the window but when in other rooms, should fly or move or bring the stories from there. don’t know when exactly but guess I built each room for each one whenever I talk to you, another person and others. However, do not know there are ceilings and roofs and walls yet.
Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall near the village Vík í Mýrdal, southern Iceland which is framed by a black sand beach that was ranked in 1991 as one of the ten most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world.
Legend says that the stacks originated when two trolls dragged a three-masted ship to land unsuccessfully and when daylight broke they became needles of rock.
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behind the scenes vlog. Please check out https://youtu.be/3qmATzeobR0
In 1973 a United States Navy DC plane ran out of fuel and crashed on the black beach at Sólheimasandur, in the South coast of Iceland.
Light: Mavic 2 Zoom + Aputure MC
Camera: Nikon Z6 + 14-30mm
Fjölskyldu samverudagur og æsku slóðirnar mínar kannaðar❤ krökkunum og Ingó leist ekkert á rokið í Reynisfjöru. Krakkarnir og Árni gengu upp á skógarfoss aðeins 430 tröppur þangað upp ég hinkraði niðri hjá sofandi Birni Ara og Ingó. Þau skoðuðu Seljalandsfoss líka betur en ég þar sem ég Björn Ari, Arnar Ingi og Ingó héldum okkur í öruggri fjarlægð frá vatnssroki en Árni, Elísabet Lilja og Haukur Þór komu rennandi blaut til baka. Mjög góður dagur hjá okkur ❤ #Álftargróf #reynisfjara #skogarfoss #seljalandsfoss
I’m miss chasing the light in Iceland.
Getting sleep can be a bit challenging when your going for sunrise in the morning, sunset that same day and chasing aurora all night... for 10 days straight!! This is from one exhausted morning at Reynisfjara Beach. Our group showed up tired but ready for more. We caught a pretty nice glow as the sun was rising over the Atlantic. Being from the west coast of the US I’m used to seeing sunsets over the ocean not sunrises so this was a special occurrence for me.
Mother Nature is getting a much needed break from tourists and it’s important that we stay put as much as possible to help protect our at risk neighbors. I know a everyone is ready to get back out to travel or just get back to their normal routine, but hang in there a bit longer. We got this!! Hope you enjoy the image and have an amazing day!
I just released my first ever preset pack for Lightroom! All of my favorite edits from Iceland are in the pack and am so excited to finally share them with you guys and see what you create with them😍 You can find them on my website and by clicking the link in my bio to check out some before and after edits. Also, a bonus 10% off for the next 2 hours😍 Hope you guys enjoy!
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🧼 Can you spot when snow becomes sea foam? → swipe for video to help you out if you’re blind like me 🤓
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Been a minute since posting last. But #stayathome orders will do that to ya.
Here’s a flashback to the most beautiful beach I’ve ever been to in my life, #reynisfjara during our wedding/honeymoon adventure.
The black sand (and #gameofthrones references) made this day unforgettable. Can not wait to return to #iceland someday again! Until then, I’ll try really hard to learn the name of that really big volcano 🌋🗻 #eyjafjallajökull 🇮🇸
Where the cold ocean meets the volcano sand, there is something magic about this place. Everything it’s in silence and all you can hear it’s the constant sound of the shore that punctuated time, in a place where you easily lose track of.