This became one of my favorite photos from my recent trip to Iceland. There are a bunch of things Iceland is known for like snow, wind, glaciers, and volcanos but you wouldn't often picture a quaint church on a grassy hill.
The city of Vík is Iceland's most southern town that is inhabited by around 300 people so you can see why the church is so small. The town doesn't have much, and we only stopped by since it was the nearest place to get a bite to eat but I'm glad we visited. This photo was taken from the parking lot of the restaurant and I didn't even hunt around for a better place to shoot it from since it looked perfect from right there.
I used to never travel with a telephoto lens since they're typically big and heavy but I changed that recently and I'm glad I did because this compression wouldn't have been possible without it. This image was taken zoomed all the way into 300mm and I wouldn't have had it any other way.
Still a lot more images from Iceland to come so stay tuned!