Iceland Wedding Photographer // Andrei & Adelina
We’re so excited to finally share our Icelandic adventure with Andrei and Adelina, (a super amazing couple from Romania) on the blog today! We travelled to Iceland back in April, when the landscape was starting to emerge from a long unrelenting winter, and were there to capture the south coast in a beautiful phase of metamorphosis. Iceland really does boarder on the supernatural with its roaring waterfalls, rugged landscape, geysers, mountains, fjords and black volcanic beaches. If you’re planning on an Iceland elopement then you’ve got a lot of beauty to choose from. Iceland wedding photographer.
Andrei, an Android app developer and Adelina a budding portrait photographer, (with an interest in all things fashion) live and work in London right now, but who knows where their next venture will take them – they’re always thinking about their next trip, living life to the absolute fullest. We hung out with these guys for a couple of days, doing what you do in Iceland, exploring waterfalls and hot springs, driving, taking photos, layering up and walking around. There was something about Andrei and Adelina’s connection with each other and the camera that complimented this place so much.
We stayed at The Garage Apartments, which were super cool, and in a great location. On our first day we headed to Seljalandsfoss waterfall, and nothing quite prepares you for walking under it – not even all the waterproof gear you can afford, it was like taking a freezing cold shower…Not for the faint hearted! Later on that day, we headed to Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach. The thick cloud cover which had been with us all morning, unexpectedly parted, and we were really lucky to get some amazing light there. We loved the way it reflected off the basalt columns creating striking geometric lines and textures.
On our last day, we headed to a secret waterfall, which was at the end of an outstandingly beautiful canyon. Other-worldly doesn’t even begin to describe it – it was definitely Lord of the rings territory. At the end of the day we headed to the secret lagoon, for some much needed R&R. The desolate surroundings and old locker room made this hot spring look pretty eerie, but I guess that’s why we liked it.
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