So it turns out that you had to pre-book your swimming slot at the Blue Lagoon, which we didn’t know so we couldn’t get in. We decided to go around to the unheated pools out back (the ones people explore while bundled up in parkas) to get the shots we really wanted. Aka the swimsuit photos. Thinking back, I have no idea where I found the bravery to do this because it was 25 degrees…

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Visiting the Jokulsarlon glaciers was definitely our favorite day – walking on human-sized ice cubes felt dream-like. And shoutout to my brother who, right when I needed a photo prop, walked past me with his binoculars (which luckily soon came in handy for some fun people-watching! Win/win!)

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Black sand beaches, snowy footbridges, steaming mud baths and geysers… I consider myself a bona fide adventurer at this point, and I had several wonderful opportunities on this trip to prove it. (i.e. Trekking to the top of a very snowy and windy mountain to use a signpost as a shield from other tourists while I…ahem… couldn’t find a proper bathroom.) Just keeping life zesty and interesting!

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All my wild horse dreams came true today! I’ve wanted to photograph these beauties for so long – it was exciting to get the chance to document the fact that these ponies and I share the same hairstyle. Also yay for no bitten or chomped-off fingers, which is an irrational (rational tbh) fear of mine!

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…Unless, of course, you’re in Iceland! The first few days of our trip were filled ripe with waterfall visits. Like so many. I almost don’t want to see a waterfall ever again but I’m also not a monster. The natural beauty of Iceland is actually unbelievable, every few kilometers there is another stunning landmark casually existing and it is incredibly photogenic that I was feeling a lil overwhelmed. Here are a few snaps from those…

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