In April 2018 I joined a group of 6 other photographers to travel to Iceland, with the plan to photograph Arctic Foxes.
The location for this was within the North Western Fjords, the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.
To get here, we first flew to Reykyavik International Airport, (Keflavik) before transferring to the domestic airport, inside the capital city.
Our onward flight to Isafjordur was a short 45 minute journey in a small aircraft, with spectacular views along the way.
The landing into Isafjordur is quite dramatic, hugging the rock face of the entrance to the fjord and landing onto the reclaimed land making the landing strip. Before the construction of this runway, seaplanes were the only way of flying to Isafjordur.