Last updated on November 1st, 2016

Paul Porter and I worked on our Iceland photography this past June. Iceland is one of my favourite countries; it’s right up there with Canada and Colombia. From waterfalls, geysers, and volcanoes; to the midnight sun, icebergs, and wildlife; Iceland has so much to admire and photograph.

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Iceland Photography in Kerid

But this Iceland photography expedition almost didn’t happen.

You see, Paul had to attend a wedding in London at the end of May. For his return to Toronto, he booked a six-day stopover in Reykjavik with Icelandair and reserved a camper van with Kuku Campers. He invited me to Iceland since the camper van sleeps two. I initially declined because I already traveled a couple times earlier this year.

About one week before Paul was to land in Iceland, I started thinking I may not get another chance to visit Iceland. The world doesn’t owe me anything and I’m not entitled to live long. I didn’t want to wait for one day to visit Iceland. There are seven days in a week and one day isn’t one of them.

I bought a Toronto Maple Leafs onesie and traveled to Keflavík International Airport in the late morning of June 3, 2015. I waited about five hours for Paul to arrive from London.

Photographing Iceland in a Toronto Maples Leafs Onesie

From KEF airport, we took the bus to Hafnarfjörður and picked up the camper van, and the Iceland photography adventure began.

Inukshuck in Jokulsarlon - Iceland Photography

We had our Canon 6D and Nikon D750 ready at RAW capture. The rest was some epic photos of Iceland.

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