Here are the latest photos from Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson’s road trip, documenting the drive from Jökuldalur in East Iceland to Húsavík in the northeast and encounters with search and rescue, horses, a jogger and a boat on dry land.
Search and rescue association Jökull was called out because of a snowstorm which hit East Iceland on Tuesday evening.
A car ran off the road in Jökuldalur; no one was harmed in the accident.
A runner in the rural Kelduhverfi, Northeast Iceland.
Horses on Tjörnes, Northeast Iceland.
Oak boat Ópal is waiting for the whale watching season in Húsavík to begin.
Páll and his travel buddy, Morgunblaðið photographer Ragnar Axelsson (RAX), are circling the entire island, including a round-trip of the West Fjords. Stay tuned for more pictures documenting their trip, which will also be published in ‘Snapshot’ and on Facebook.