Now, when I look back at all the types of landscapes we were lucky to experience first-hand in Iceland, I can't help but relating them to the Icelanders we met along the way: cold and discreet on the outside, but charismatic, kind and respectful once you get to know them. The Western model of doing business and having fun is present of course, but the tradition and culture are something to appreciate. For example, sheep are everywhere in Iceland, even in the most remote areas we've been, like the Fjallabak. They roam the land free and as the cold season approaches, farmers put in great effort doing the round up. This is part of the tradition and they do this every year, no matter the weather and the inherent losses along the way. Ragnar Axelsson, one of the most influential Icelandic photographers, has a book dedicated to the round up. At one point in the book, he makes a powerful statement saying that "everything becomes a picture". It pretty much sums up what Iceland is about.