Heading South

Nude, Iceland, 2014

Nude, Iceland, 2014

I’m continuing now with photos from my 2014 trip to Iceland.
The last two posts featuring photos from this trip were made heading north from around the town of Vik on a rough road to higher elevation, which finished with Nadine, Zoe and I reaching a campground where we got stuck in a huge hail storm.
We would not be staying overnight at the campground (though the location is so stunning that I might want to in the future), so we sat out that storm inside the car at the campground, as I was not about to try to drive in it with such limited visibility.  Eventually, of course, it came to an end and we headed back south.
On the way heading back down, we passed a series of small mountains, with one in the distance that had a pointed peak that I found to be rather interesting looking.  Nadine thought it interesting, too, so I stopped the car and Nadine got out to pose for a few photos.  You can see the pointy mountain in the background.


Continuing further south, we passed a beautiful overlook down to a river delta below.  We had passed this on the way up, with beautiful, clear weather conditions, as you can see from this color photo (below).  I was getting ready to do make some photographs of Nadine and Zoe next, when all of a sudden, a four wheel drive tour bus pulled up, a bunch of senior citizens spilled out and they proceeded to sit down in that very spot to have their lunch!


So much, then, for nude photos there, but on the way back, nobody else was around. Unfortunately,  it was now rainy and foggy.  I parked the car there and we waited for about 20 minutes for the weather to clear.  It never did, so we just moved on.

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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