Iceland is a diverse and ever changing landscape of volcanic activity. Five geothermal plants generate a vast majority of the country's heating and power need. The land is also rancid with volcanic features, such as fumaroles, hot springs, and the original geyser, Geysir. The red skies in some of the images below comes from the eruption of the Bárðarbunga volcano high up on the Vatnajökull, Iceland's largest glacier.
This is to serve as a photographic journal of the aforementioned. I present my images with no other place to call home, a portfolio of my wanderings, a diary to document and quantify a hint of my history. If not to share, than at least to remember. Life is hectic, time is short, memories are shorter. I have no clue where I’m going if I can’t remember where I’ve been. If a picture is worth a 1000 words, then this would be my novel, and I'll let the images do most the talking. Enjoy! -GSPs. You can see more work at garretsuhrie.com