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  • The ascent begins...
  • The ascent begins...
  • 143 23 1 hour ago
  • Daily look on my last trip! ©️ @decortearne
  • Daily look on my last trip! ©️ @decortearne
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  • THE MYSTERIOUS LAND | ما تحسوا أن الشتاء رجع مره ثانيه ، ولا تتوقعوا بس مقلب 😂☃️❄️!!
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#iceland 
#icelandair
  • THE MYSTERIOUS LAND | ما تحسوا أن الشتاء رجع مره ثانيه ، ولا تتوقعوا بس مقلب 😂☃️❄️!!
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    #iceland
    #icelandair
  • 120 7 5 minutes ago
  • My love to sunset is endless 🌅🧡
  • My love to sunset is endless 🌅🧡
  • 17 1 21 minutes ago
  • Spring Peacefulness
  • Spring Peacefulness
  • 29 1 22 minutes ago
  • A rare photograph of a seldom visited beach in Indonesia 📸🦖.
  • A rare photograph of a seldom visited beach in Indonesia 📸🦖.
  • 38 6 45 minutes ago
  • Being around greenery makes you wonder why you spent your whole life in a city 🤔
  • Being around greenery makes you wonder why you spent your whole life in a city 🤔
  • 31 4 53 minutes ago
  • The ascent begins...
  • The ascent begins...
  • 143 23 1 hour ago
  • absolutely love this quaint and sleepy village nestled in the foothills of the mountains near the Uzbek border which is known for its ancient walnut forests
  • absolutely love this quaint and sleepy village nestled in the foothills of the mountains near the Uzbek border which is known for its ancient walnut forests
  • 65 2 1 hour ago
  • Yum yum in Kyoto 😋
  • Yum yum in Kyoto 😋
  • 23 4 1 hour ago
  • Up early for a morning excursion. These past few weeks, I have been field testing the ‘Targhee III’ by KEEN. To say the boots are very comfortable, light and durable is an understatement. Joining @keen_nz as a brand ambassador is a dream come true and I’m privileged to be part of an amazing team who enjoys the outdoors as much as I do.⁣
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The brand ethos and values of KEEN is something that I find inspiring. Their values are committed to having strong integrity, promoting a healthy lifestyle, pioneering organisation practices all the while producing products of high quality and caring for the environment. Since 2003, KEEN has donated to grassroots nonprofit partners around the world through providing grants, board service and shoe donations.⁣
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Through the support of eco-friendly brands, we can promote a better lifestyle and also minimise our environment impact // #BetterTakesAction
  • Up early for a morning excursion. These past few weeks, I have been field testing the ‘Targhee III’ by KEEN. To say the boots are very comfortable, light and durable is an understatement. Joining @keen_nz as a brand ambassador is a dream come true and I’m privileged to be part of an amazing team who enjoys the outdoors as much as I do.⁣

    The brand ethos and values of KEEN is something that I find inspiring. Their values are committed to having strong integrity, promoting a healthy lifestyle, pioneering organisation practices all the while producing products of high quality and caring for the environment. Since 2003, KEEN has donated to grassroots nonprofit partners around the world through providing grants, board service and shoe donations.⁣

    Through the support of eco-friendly brands, we can promote a better lifestyle and also minimise our environment impact // #BetterTakesAction
  • 149 21 2 hours ago
  • #Repost @nomadict
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Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • #Repost @nomadict
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    Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

    In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

    Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

    Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

    In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

    With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

    Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

    Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

    My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

    If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • 1 0 2 hours ago
  • #Repost @nomadict
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Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • #Repost @nomadict
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    Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

    In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

    Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

    Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

    In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

    With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

    Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

    Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

    My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

    If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • 0 0 2 hours ago
  • #Repost @nomadict
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Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • #Repost @nomadict
    • • • • • •
    Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

    In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

    Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

    Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

    In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

    With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

    Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

    Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

    My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

    If you also want to participate, check 'cont
  • 2 0 2 hours ago
  • Don't wait for someone to bring you flowers. Plant your own garden and decorate your own soul.
  • Don't wait for someone to bring you flowers. Plant your own garden and decorate your own soul.
  • 466 19 3 hours ago
  • Imagine living in this beautiful little city. Can’t wait to be back one day. Where do you live?
  • Imagine living in this beautiful little city. Can’t wait to be back one day. Where do you live?
  • 624 74 3 hours ago
  • Rainberry⛅
  • Rainberry⛅
  • 258 5 3 hours ago
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ROAM BAVARIA.
[...der Wecker klingelte um 5 Uhr morgens. Wir standen mit unseren Vans jedoch so nah, dass wir teilweise Seeblick hatten, direkt unterhalb der Zugspitze, also hatten wir es nicht weit zum Spot. Draußen waren es 4 Grad. Ich hatte 3 Decken und musste mich erstmal überwinden aus dem Bett zu kommen. Als wir gegen halb sechs zum Spot gelaufen sind, waren schon viele andere Fotografen unterwegs. Hier mal der klassische Spot, mit der klassischen Pose. Lediglich der Bildlook ist personalisiert....]

  • ROAM BAVARIA.
    [...der Wecker klingelte um 5 Uhr morgens. Wir standen mit unseren Vans jedoch so nah, dass wir teilweise Seeblick hatten, direkt unterhalb der Zugspitze, also hatten wir es nicht weit zum Spot. Draußen waren es 4 Grad. Ich hatte 3 Decken und musste mich erstmal überwinden aus dem Bett zu kommen. Als wir gegen halb sechs zum Spot gelaufen sind, waren schon viele andere Fotografen unterwegs. Hier mal der klassische Spot, mit der klassischen Pose. Lediglich der Bildlook ist personalisiert....]
  • 255 27 3 hours ago
  • ‘Walls of Jericho’

Views of Mt Roland can be seen on the scenic drive to Cradle mountain from Devonport. It is certainly one of the many Dolerite rock formations that Tasmania is renowned for. Standing at 1233 m , it is the spiritual centrepiece of the Kentish Municipality.
  • ‘Walls of Jericho’

    Views of Mt Roland can be seen on the scenic drive to Cradle mountain from Devonport. It is certainly one of the many Dolerite rock formations that Tasmania is renowned for. Standing at 1233 m , it is the spiritual centrepiece of the Kentish Municipality.
  • 37 2 3 hours ago
  • ✖️Views for days 🌿🌤
  • ✖️Views for days 🌿🌤
  • 57 1 3 hours ago
  • Stayed in this super secluded cabin on the remote South Coast of Vancouver Island. Probably one the best places we’ve ever stayed.
  • Stayed in this super secluded cabin on the remote South Coast of Vancouver Island. Probably one the best places we’ve ever stayed.
  • 54 1 4 hours ago
  • Spent a night by this stunning Baobab tree on Kubu Island, which is surrounded by the great Makgadikgadi Salt pans in Botswana ( largest in the world ). The ancient shoreline is littered with Stone-Age tools, arrowheads and glass beads.
  • Spent a night by this stunning Baobab tree on Kubu Island, which is surrounded by the great Makgadikgadi Salt pans in Botswana ( largest in the world ). The ancient shoreline is littered with Stone-Age tools, arrowheads and glass beads.
  • 37 1 4 hours ago
  • #Repost @nomadict (@get_repost)
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Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

If you also want to participate, check
  • #Repost @nomadict (@get_repost)
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    Following your passion will always be worth it! With @ivareythorsson - Best of Week 15 at #nomadict / “My name is Ívar Eyþórsson and I am a 24 years old commercial and landscape photographer from Reykjavík, Iceland. But, my journey as a photographer has been quite unconventional, I would say.

    In the summer of 2015 one of my friends came to visit me in Iceland. He came with his most recent purchase, a DJI drone! I have to be honest, I was stoked about the drone. Having one powerful eye in the sky was surreal to me. After a couple of fun sessions with my friend, I decided that I also wanted to have my own drone. This was before I even had a DSLR camera!

    Buying the drone motivated me to travel around Iceland so I could see the full potential of this aerial tool. One day, driving around Reykjavík I found a group of people on jet skies and speed boats sailing around the harbor. I decided to stop and create a short video just for fun.

    Surprisingly, the owner contacted me saying that he wanted to purchase the video to use it in his website and social media. That was a big surprise to me! This was my first video so I didn’t expect such a nice reaction to be honest. But then I asked to myself: If the owner of a boat club enjoys my work, perhaps more businesses can find value in my work as well?

    In late 2016, I picked up a camera for the first time and at that very moment I knew that this was something I was meant to do.

    With every picture I took, my passion for photography grew bigger! Soon enough I began to capture and share landscape photos more seriously and in late 2017 I was offered a job as a photographer at a marketing agency in Reykjavík.

    Now, I’ve been working as a freelance here in Iceland for just about a year. Honestly this has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

    Thanks to photography I have gotten the opportunity to travel, work with big companies and meet people which I can now call my best friends.

    My advice to everyone out there: work hard and your dreams will come true!" 🙂 Congratulations @ivareythorsson! Now you have access to the final prize, $500 in cash!

    If you also want to participate, check
  • 2 0 5 hours ago
  • Until you immerse yourself in misery do you appreciate what it can hold. 
Some of the harshest weather along the West coast of the Cabot Trail gave me moments of excitement with the dramatic light that would unfold before me.  Some scenes would flash for brief moments only to vanish, - wishing,  hoping for just another quick burst of sun through the clouds to capture the image.  But sometimes you are left with only memories of what was.  And you cherish those the most.
  • Until you immerse yourself in misery do you appreciate what it can hold.
    Some of the harshest weather along the West coast of the Cabot Trail gave me moments of excitement with the dramatic light that would unfold before me. Some scenes would flash for brief moments only to vanish, - wishing, hoping for just another quick burst of sun through the clouds to capture the image. But sometimes you are left with only memories of what was. And you cherish those the most.
  • 29 1 5 hours ago