This would be my second visit to the Netherlands having visited earlier in the year. The weather was far cooler, the nerves weren't quite so jittery and there was a similar abundance of food!
It seems as though - much like Christmas, the last few months had been building up to one big day. (Amongst my circle of friends at least!) On Saturday 3rd of December one of my closest and longest enduring friend's wedding day took place at the Kings Centre and Burford Bridge in Dorking, Surrey.
It was an easy one hour trek into the mountains from the nearby village of Hveragerði to a very active area filled with steam outlets, bubbling mud pools and steaming rivers. The area was absolutely breathtaking and the views were spectacular.
Day 2 of the Iceland trip took us 370km east of Reykjavik towards Jökulsárlón - A glacier lagoon on the south coast of Iceland. We made several stops along the way and thankfully, unlike Day 1 there were far fewer tourists along this trail.
Iceland has the most stunning and varied landscape I have ever seen. The country is a photographer's dream and for this reason my Iceland post is going to span 3 separate blog entries!
On a busy, dirty street was a grim looking store front which served plates of raw meat, spices, limes and a small gas powered cooker...
Everyone loves Autumn. A quick glimpse at Instagram is proof of this. There is only a couple of weeks to capture Autumn in all its glory before the heavy frosts and strong winds strip the trees of their colourful leaves...