Hvítserkur is a 15 m high basalt stack along the eastern shore of the Vatnsnes peninsula, in northwest Iceland.
The rock has two holes at the base, which give it the appearance of a dragon who is drinking. The base of the stack has been reinforced with concrete to protect its foundations from the sea.
Several species of birds, such as gulls and fulmars, live on at Hvítserkur and its name (“white shirt” in Icelandic) comes from the color of the guano deposited on its rocks. Continue reading 09 March 2018 – Hvítserkur
Photographic material for travel in Iceland. Wide angle for payasges and astrophotography and Zoom for animal photography (birds, marine mamals).
Without forgetting the essential … a tripod and a remote control. Continue reading Ready…
The Eskimos had many legends about the aurora, indeed some thought that the aurora was the spirit of children who died at birth, others said it was the spirits of their favorite animals such as salmon, reindeer, seals … Continue reading AURORA MYTHOLOGY
Kirkjufellsfoss – most photographed mountain of Iceland Continue reading 06 march 2018 – Grundarfjörður