The website popphoto.com has chosen 25 best places to photograph on the planet earth. One of them is GEYSIR!
The article states:
"This misnamed country (it’s about 89% ice-free) is home to mud pools, hot springs, lava fields, geysers, glaciers, enormous craters, volcanoes, mountains and waterfalls, and a million other photo ops. In Kverkfjöll, hot springs beneath a glacier have created amazing ice caves, and in many places you can see layers of white and black ice, formed from volcanic ash covered with snow. Spot icebergs floating on picturesque lakes, such as the Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon in the southeast. Drive the 860-mile, two-lane ring road. Visit in the winter for the contrast of snow against black lava fields and a glimpse of the Northern Lights.
Must-get shots: Be sure to shoot the Geysir area, where the geyser Strokkur produces a high column of boiling water every 15 minutes."
see further here: www.popphoto.com/gallery/25-best-places-to-photograph
Get your ticket to amazing images, Geysir is right next to Hotel Geysir.
The article on popphoto.com is by Kathleen Davis on June 9, 2011