Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in south east Iceland. The Fjaðrá river flows through it. The canyon has steep walls and winding water. It is up to 100 m deep and about 2 kilometres long. It was formed by progressive erosion from the glaciers above. This site has been loved to death over the years and thus Iceland has had to close it several times to mitigate the damage.
The Skeiðará Bridge Monument is what is left of the old Ring Road bridge. In 1996, the volcano Vatnajökull erupted, melting glaciers and creating a massive flood. The bridge was built to withstand the floods, just not the house sized Iceberg that came down. These girders are all that is left. Took this with beginnings of the volcano in the distance.
Lómagnúpur at 2,507 ft tall sticks out from the other cliffs along highway 1. Since it has a looming presence, it makes an interesting subject to shoot while driving along. I thught it would be fun to get a shot of it as the road heads straigh for it for long stretches.