Autumn in Mývatn

In my last post you got to see some pictures from my summer in the Mývatn area, and since I got nice response to that I thought I would share with you what Mývatn looks like after summer is over and autumn/winter has taken over. Doddi went on a Dettifoss tour, with some tourists, a couple of days ago and he took these lovely pictures.

Eyjafjörður look a lot different when it's autumn, and all the green is gone

Eyjafjörður look a lot different when it’s autumn, and all the green is gone

Autumn or summer doesn't really matter, Goðafoss is always beautiful

Autumn or summer doesn’t really matter, Goðafoss is always beautiful

All the mist coming from Goðafoss froze instantly in the cold weather making the ground very slippery and devious

All the mist coming from Goðafoss froze instantly in the cold weather making the ground very slippery and devious

Hverir on the other hand never change no matter what season of the year. Such amazing colours

Hverir on the other hand never change no matter what season of the year. Such amazing colours

Dettifoss hasn't changed much, only it's surroundings seem to change

Dettifoss hasn’t changed much, only it’s surroundings seem to change

Jökulsárgljúfur bellow Dettifoss has changed a lot in colours since this summer

Jökulsárgljúfur bellow Dettifoss has changed a lot in colours since this summer

Even if summer is nice, autumn brings a lot of nice colours and winter makes everything beautiful

Even if summer is nice, autumn brings a lot of nice colours and winter makes everything beautiful

Maybe when winter is here for real  I can show you how it all has changed once again. So stay tuned! 😉

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6 thoughts on “Autumn in Mývatn

  1. molto affascinante, colori e immagini bellissime…certo per clima e panorami molto diverso dalla mia Toscana dove abito
    spero per voi che il freddo tardi ad arrivare
    🙂
    very charming, beautiful colors and images … some for climate and very different views from my Tuscany where I live
    I hope for you that the cold late in coming

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