The Thingvellar national park is paradise for photographers especially if they are into landscapes. So many rocks, streams and walkways. It is a place of infinite angles and unlimited camera possibilities.
The images that show water are also good at giving a sense of space.
The red plant in the (see image number 7) rock is particularly interesting especially since it seems to be so insubstantial when viewed by using the color filter feature of the vOICe.
Note the rope lava and the effect of light on the images. Finally, this set of images is superb for getting a sense of texture in the image. Rock has a rougher texture while water has a softer and well, watery texture.
Sometimes, we photographers got carried away and took pictures of one another taking pictures as demonstrated in image number 2.
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