Photography and an interest in nature go like hand in glove and photography teaches us to see – not just to look. The changing of light and shadow, patterns and colours is what makes nature so fascinating. This along with an interest in geology is a good mixture as both teach us to „read” the land. When nature – big or small – is bathed in the special Icelandic light – a climax is reached and you can wish for no more. It is a privilege to be able to watch the sunrise though the volcanic mist or stand by a pond at Skaftafell and watch the sun‘s last rays fall on Iceland‘s highest peak.I am grateful for being an Icelander.