I was invited by Diana and Jim from exploRVistas, full-time RVers, to take part in a five days black and white photo challenge. At the beginning, I was a bit skeptic, because I’m not used to do black and white pictures but all in all, that was a great experience, I’m glad I did it ! Thanks again 🙂
Today is Day 5 and therefore the final day of this challenge ! I’m going to share a black and white version of a picture from my last trip to Iceland taken in Skeiðarársandur, a huge plain made of volcanic sands located in the Southen part of Iceland. It represents the twisted remains of a bridge that was broken down after a volcanic eruption that occurred nearly 20 years ago. The landscape was very desolate and amazing at the same time. At the back we can see a glacial tongue. Ah… Iceland… I’m feeling nostalgic 🙂
The colour version can be found here : Icelandic Road Trip – Columnar basalt formations and more waterfalls. I don’t know which one you prefer ?
For the last day, I would like to invite anyone who wants to join 🙂