SkÃ³garfoss in Iceland is one of the worlds majestic waterfalls. Not the biggest one but simply beautiful to watch and easy to access. Watch us as we enjoy a trip to this place. Watch my other movies as well.
Visiting Iceland's Gulfoss Waterfall, a huge, tow tiered waterfall, with some if the best geographical processes on the world.
A short tribute to the nature, nightlife and nubility of Iceland, featuring Quentin Tarantino's enthusiastic endorsement and Oprah Winfrey's prudish disbelief. Reykjavik Rocks.
Exploring Iceland's interior and the Icelandic wilderness by Range Rover Classic
A montage of my fly fishing adventure to the Land of Fire and Ice. Just a taste of what it was like to fish the best rivers in the world and learn from the Icelandic Masters. Original music by Tosso Hettinger.
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Charm and Cookie, Icelandic Horses, running up from the back of the paddock. They are trained in natural horsemanship.
Ljufur, Icelandic Horse, riding bareback, bitless, in neckrope.
This is Sokki, a 15 year old Icelandic Horse, gaiting naturally with no shoes, no boots, no weights, no pinching saddle, no noseband, no heavy contact, no ventroflexed frame.
Charm is a three-year-old Icelandic Horse filly who is being trained at home with natural horsemanship and clicker training. We're doing some weaving of the barrels / obstacles, which are trash cans and she likes to check them out, look in them, and smell them. We don't want to destroy her curiosity and she's just a young horse, so no rush in getting things perfect.
I am still recovering from a broken leg and am weaning off of the brace. I'm still stiff and lack range of motion, but working on it.
Charm is a three-year-old Icelandic Horse filly. We are doing groundwork with her in preparation for carrying a rider next year.
The strongest geyser eruption we saw when we visited Iceland. Very cool to watch. Water shoots up to 60 feet in the air! The one shown here goes up about 35 feet I'm guessing.
This is an drift competition in Iceland. These guys arent pro or anything like that, they make mistakes but it's okay to watch ;) The last guy is using a rally car and can hardly control it.