Hiking Iceland in winter

In Focus: Iceland Winter Weekend P.2

In the second of Bryon Williams and Steve Ellingsons’ two-part photo series, the pair feature Iceland’s awe-inspiring countryside. This edition really defines why the country is known as “The Land of Fire and Ice”. Their photos showcase the volcanic highlands, the cascading waterfalls and the vast, tumultuous coastline. The snow flurries, frosted flora and Icelandic horses only add to the series’ ethereal essence.

If you didn’t see the pair’s first edition featuring the world’s most Northern capital Reykjavik, use this link to jump over now. If you’re keen to experience Iceland first hand, Out Adventures hosts both an August Iceland Pride Adventure and a March Iceland Winter Weekend annually.

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Iceland: Northern Lights & Essential Sights runs annually in March.

3 thoughts on “In Focus: Iceland Winter Weekend P.2”

  1. […] In Focus is a collection of photo essays designed by Out Adventures’ clients. These photo-savvy clients contribute their favourite snaps and how they want them displayed while I write short, introductory copy. Like the previous example, by using customer created content to sell the tours we’re engaging followers on a deeper level. The posts resonate because the photos are taken from a client’s perspective rather than the company’s. They’re able to properly capture the experience in a way we (arguably) couldn’t. […]

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