This is the first post for the northwest fjords Iceland trip to take place from September 1 through September 10, 2009. The trip is organized by North Light Press Workshops, a company owned by Bill Schwab.
The northwest fjords area is a wild, relatively road-free area (like most of Iceland) characterized by deep fjords cut by glaciers into the young volcanic rock from which Iceland is formed. Both the rock and the glaciation in this area are very young in geologic terms. The last major glacial event ended 20,000 years ago and some of the volcanic rock on the surface in Iceland is even younger than that. Incredible!