Could Injecting Carbon Into the Earth Save Our Planet?

Iceland: the land of majestic waterfalls, black sands, sparkling glaciers, and… maybe one of the world’s wildest solutions for solving climate change? Nestled beside the majestic hills of southwestern Iceland, are a series of huge pods capable of taking CO2 that’s been snatched from the air and injecting it into underground stones, where the gas […]

Chrissy Teigen and Ellen Gift the Audience A Bucket List Trip

[APPLAUSE] [MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome back to my Greatest Night of Giveaways. If you think I’m done stuffing your stockings, you’re wrong our next guest and I have several things in common– our stunning cheekbones and our love for John Legend. Please welcome my friend Chrissy Teigen. [APPLAUSE] [MUSIC PLAYING] (SINGING) Rockin’ around the Christmas tree […]

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um Island herum Teil 2, Gletscher und weitere Wasserfälle | the big round trip #09

It was just sunny and now rainy again, but they also say: If you don’t like the weather in Iceland, just wait 5 min. And it’s exactly like that, but actually it stopped already. Btw., behind me is the glacier Eyjafjallajökull, with the volcano which erupted 2010 and stopped the air traffic in Europe. And […]

MY BEST 360s YET (& how I got them)

I’ve spent this past week in Iceland and I’m just gonna say it, this is the best place on planet earth to shoot 360 or photography of any kind for that matter. This place is stunning with non-stop landscapes and sunsets that lasts for four hours. When you go into the heart of the country […]

Trad sous la pluie en Islande | Relais Vertical #108

So you’re happy ? Well It rains, the wind is crazy strong, It’s freezing… And we’re gonna go trad climbing Which I’ve never wanted to try because I’m too scared And here we go Perfect conditions You just have to hike up there It’s so frightening He says it’s damp Which doesn’t make me feel […]

The Giants of Iceland

Iceland. Its very name suggests a kind of strength. Something about its viking history, its inhospitable climate, and massive geothermal power has given the country an almost unparallel reputation in the world’s strongest man competition. It might have a population of just 300,000 people, but amongst those are some of the strongest that have ever […]

Living in Greenland

Have you ever wondered why Greenland was called Greenland ? I have. I fact for years I actually believed Greenland was a green land, a sea of broccoli forests and apple green hills, where even the rivers and lakes were the colour of fresh basil. I even pictured mountains covered in huge cannabis crops to […]

ICELAND TRAVEL GUIDE for first-timers! Travel Budget Tips!

It’s 2019 and you have a very long travel bucket list and on the top might be Iceland and if you’re a millennial it’s so hard to escape all the Iceland photos it’s this beautiful natural landscape you see pictures of the Blue Lagoon and all these waterfalls and you’re itching to go hey guys […]