After a day of gale force winds and rain the weather cleared and we got into the photography part of this Iceland PODAS at 150%. We were on the rode Sunday at 2AM, yes 2AM and we didn’t stop until 11PM that night. We covered a lot of ground. We explored and photographed the coastline of Snaefellsnes Peninsula. There was a black church with a sunrise behind it, a small fishing village, spectacular coastline and more. We then moved onward towards Hvolsvollur where will stay one night. In the evening we explored Seljalandsfoss falls. On Monday we will explore the coastline near Vik and Dyrholaey and then head towards Skaftafell where we will spend the next three days. Today as we head out we are expecting to be photographing way into the next morning as we do sunset and sunrise at the Glacial Lagoon and beach at Jokulsarlon. In the coming days we have more waterfalls and spectacular mountain settings to photograph. We will also be doing some more classroom lectures. As with all PODAS workshops the agenda is packed and non-stop.