Thingvellir-Summer vs. Winter

Thingvellir-Summer vs. Winter

Pingvellir National Park in Iceland.

It’s a short hour or so drive from Reykjavik. It’s the split in the basalt that separates Europe and North America. I visited the area during the summer of 2014 and captured this image. Europe is on the left and North America is on the right.

River Below Oxararfoss

I was also able to return to the location in the winter of 2016 and captured the same image as best I could remember, since it was covered in snow!

Snowy Pingvillir

The second trip allowed me to also capture my buddy that made his way to the top of the Basalt ridge. It’s a great place to visit anytime of the year!

Which do you prefer?

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