Picture StoryThe geothermal area of Krafla seen from the edge of the Viti crater (North East of Iceland). Outside of expectations, it already started to snow in the north-east of the country at the end of September. A combination of frozen snow and the ice made it a surprisingly tough hike on very slippery slopes. The ever-changing light in Iceland is one of the elements that make this country so unique for landscape photographers. Create your personal portfolio page and let us share it monthly to over 400,000 members and followers.