At the very westernmost point of Iceland is Látrabjarg, an enormous bird cliff teeming with all kinds of life. It is home to puffins, guillemots, razorbills, seagulls, and more. A few hours drive from Ísafjörður, and you can peer over these cliffs into the seemingly infinite Atlantic. The air is full to bursting with the different calls of the seabirds; they swoop back and forth between the clear, blue water and their nests and burrows, seemingly oblivious to the awe-struck human visitors paying homage to this pristine natural wonderland.
[35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Click here for more pictures from my June Ring Road trip around Iceland]