by Inga Stumpf
Iceland is a country that makes you cry because of its beauty. At least this is what it does to me almost every day. Breathtaking views wherever your eyes wander, fiery red peaks, pitch black mountains, deep green valleys, dark blue lakes and the immense open country where clouds casts shadows on never-ending plains. I will never get tired of this and try to see as much as possible of this country.
My journey started in the North near Akureyri and went on along the fjords in the East to the beautiful town called Höfn in Hornafjörður, not only my home, but also the home of Iceland's largest glacier, the Vatnajökull. In the end I couldn't resist a loop to the south to take a short ferry across the North Atlantic to visit the Vestmannaeyjar before I returned home again.
It was one of the most beautiful journeys I have ever made. Me, my husband, a car, a camera, visiting friends on the way and finding peace and tranquillity in our otherwise busy lives.
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