Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson is currently traveling the Ring Road with his friend, Morgunblaðið photographer Ragnar Axelsson (aka RAX). The following photographs were shot in South and Southeast Iceland.
A car ran off the road across Mýrdalssandur plains.
The famous U.S. Navy DS-3 airplane, which was forced to make an emergency landing on Sólheimasandur sands in 1973.
A black-sand beach, characteristic of the south coast, now mostly covered in snow.
The harbor of Djúpivogur, a fishing community in Southeast Iceland.
Marine pens in Berufjörður fjord.
The long-time travel buddies are planning to circle the entire island during the Easter break, including making a round-trip of the West Fjords. Stay tuned for more pictures documenting their trip, which will also be published in ‘Snapshot.’