Would you like to photograph riders around Iceland's 2nd largest glacier? YES!
I was back in Scotland for 36 hours and it was time to catch a flight to Iceland. The job was to shoot a race called Glacier360 which had riders race 290km over 3 days around a glacier called Langjökull.
Not knowing anyone who would be there, the first people I met were of course from Scotland with one of them living 20 minutes away from me. Not such a big world.
After learning more about the race I was taken by the media manager, Torfi, to ride an ATV about 50kms to recce part of the first days stage. Our ride was in the Icelandic Highland's and I was delighted. Driving over dirt and rocks while taking in the stunning volcanic surroundings was a good start. Having a glacier on your lefthand side also adds to the beauty. Here are some of my favourite shots from the race.