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An interesting photo series shot by Stuart Richardson for British newspaper The Guardian features images of the almost constant darkness in the middle of the Icelandic winter.
Metamorphosis is a new exhibition which opens at the Reykjavík Museum of Photography today featuring the works of photographer Sigurgeir Sigurjónsson.
American artist Nick Turner, according to VICE magazine, likes to take self-portraits of himself getting intimate with nature in Iceland.
A photograph of colourful Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, was captured over crater Kerið in South Iceland recently. The beauty of the photograph captured the eyes of the editors of the NASA astronomy website who published it as picture of the day.
Icelandic photographer Gunnar Freyr woke up to the sound of a tree breaking in his garden and saw the heavy snowfall coming down. He grabbed his camera and ventured into the city centre to capture these fantastic photos of a magical night.
Ragnar Axelsson, otherwise known as Rax who has enjoyed a long and prosperous career as a photographer for Morgunblaðið as well as his work for magazines such as Time, GEO and Life. Last week he received the Icelandic prize for literature for his second edition of Faces of the North – a documentation of the hunters, fishers and farmers in the Northern hemisphere.
Blæti is a stunning new hardcover magazine featuring over 400 pages of interviews, photography, art and fashion. Fashion photographer Saga Sigurðardóttir is one of the editors of the magazine and is responsible also for most of the beautiful photographs.
Paradiseland, Niceland, Beautyland are some of the names that photographer Julien Ratel associates with Iceland. Flying a Cessna this summer he shot these stunning aerial photographs of the enchanting island in the north.
On Tuesday, spectacular Northern Lights could be observed in Iceland. This film shows the majestic dance of light in a real time video.
Photographer Max Lupidi sent us this lovely photograph of two Icelandic horses in winter whose hoofprints formed a heart in the snow.
A man was found dead on Saturday morning with fatal injuries in a farm at Árnessysla, South Iceland.
An five-year-old child was badly bitten by a dog on Friday and had to undergo two hours of surgery at the Children’s Hospital in Reykjavik, receiving 80 stitches to the face. A bicycle helmet saved the child’s life.
Three wolves were sighted in Loðmundarfjörður, East Iceland on Saturday night. This is the first wolf sighting for almost thirty years and wolves were thought to be extinct in Iceland.
A new five star hotel opened this Easter at the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland’s most visited tourist attractions.
Several skiing Iceland around Iceland were open on Easter weekend with great skiing conditions and sunshine.