Cliff of all cliffs

Cliff of all cliffs

We had asked one of the locals to take us on a boat ride through Látrabjarg, the westernmost point in Iceland. The cliffs are home to millions of birds, including puffins, northern gannets, guillemots and razorbills. It is vital for their survival as it hosts up to 40% of the world population for some species e.g. the Razorbill. It is Europe's largest bird cliff, 14km long and up to 440m high. The weather was absolutely amazing and we drove down to the meeting point where we were supposed to meet Ási a local guide, we had no idea what was in store..

Photos Saga Sig

We drove for about 20 minutes on sand before reaching the water

We sailed though a heard of seals that were very curious 

The rescue house Ási our guide built himself

The photos just don´t do the amazing cliffs justise, approaching them was surreal


Colors of the caves we sailed into

Outfit Rick Owens, glasses GreyAnt

Inside the cave

Approaching land in a mythical fog

This will be one of the more memorable days ever, we really didn´t know what to expect,  what we got was a 5 hour guided to tour on a tiny boat, with a local guide through one of the most  magical places in Iceland on one of the hottest days of´s a day you cannot plan...Saga the photographer said it very well, I just can´t shoot this it´s too much and it won´t translate on photos, so we just decided to be in the moment, take it all in and listen to all the countless stories Ási told us on the way. After the tour we just looked at each other and everyone was thinking did that actually happen and nobody said a word on the way back it was just one of those moments...