I've traveled a fair amount, but I have never felt such an emotional response to a place as I did in Iceland. Back last night, I'm still wide-eyed and mouth-agape and filled to the brim with images of that gorgeous country.
Iceland is the youngest land mass on the planet, a mere toddler at 20 million years old. Created by volcanic eruptions issuing from the ocean's depths, it remains a place where earth, air, fire, and water play out their eternal drama before your very eyes.
My Iceland story will continue here, with more photos and sketches, in the next days. Come back, won't you?