I Am A Photographer Who Traveled Iceland In Winter To Capture Beautiful Animals (15 Pics)
I went out all over Iceland in the winter cold and took pictures of animals.
Even though Icelandic winters are not considered as cold compared to northern countries, it does get truly beautiful. Snow-covered mountains and landscapes are breathtaking.
I have always been a great lover of nature and wildlife, and nothing gives me more peace of mind than walking across a snowy field to photograph beautiful animals, such as horses, in both crazy and good weather.
The moment I capture the picture I've been seeking is indescribable, and it compels me to venture out again and again, even in the worst weather, just to get that perfect shot. There have been occasions when I've questioned whether I should have gone out in bad weather. I distinctly remember one day when I got my car stuck in the snow, and there was no phone connection where I was—during some of the worst weather you can experience in Iceland. However, everything turned out well in the end when a jeep drove by and rescued me.
Through all my journeys around Iceland, I've learned to respect nature and avoid going out when the weather forecast is so severe that I could be in danger. When I do venture out to photograph, I make sure to regularly update others about my trips, ensuring everything goes smoothly.
So, all I need is my Canon 5D Mark III camera with the 70-300 mm lens, along with the 50 mm lens, and I'm ready for the day.