I’ve learned a trick I play a lot,
though lesser men may cavil:
never to stir from near this spot
yet nonetheless to travel.
Jónas Hallgrímsson / Dick Ringler
When Jónas Hallgrímsson wrote this poetry in 1845 he probably didn’t imagine that 170 years later, a London based Icelandic woman would think about his poem while admiring her homeland with the help of drone footage. It’s never been easier to sit at home and travel the world at the same time. Whereever you are, I hope you enjoy those amazing images of Iceland!