A family soaks in the hot tub at a pool in Fludir, a small Icelandic town of around 400 people.
Hveragerdi, located 45 km east of Reykjavik, used to be home to Iceland's largest pool complex, LaugaskarÃ°, pictured here. It is a popular tourist destination for Icelanders because of its geothermal complex and outstanding scenery.
A mountain view from a bus window, headed back into Reykjavik from a small town in southern Iceland.
A German couple on holiday in Reykjavik prepares to leave Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach in the late evening. Their vacation lasted two months.
Horses run along the road in Myvatn, in northern Iceland.
Greenhouse, Flúðir Very few fruits grow naturally in Iceland, but strawberries are among the most popular to cultivate in greenhouses. The long, glass, rectangular buildings are commonplace in small Icelandic towns. Many of those harvesting the fruit are immigrants from Poland, Romania, Hungary, and other European nations.
A pair of work pants hangs in a greenhouse where strawberries are grown, Fludir
A boy swims in a pool built overlooking the sea in Hofsos.
A girl plays in her backyard in Reykjavik after a morning at the pool with her mother and younger sister.
A collection of road signs off of Highway 1.
At the Petting Zoo in Reykjavik. This girl and her family visited Iceland on holiday from their home in Washington, D.C. According to the Iceland Tourist Board, travel to the country is up 52% by North Americans this year.
A glen of aspens right outside of Fludir. Though approximately three-quarters of Iceland is barren of vegetation; the aspen is one of the few trees native to the area.
A family portrait in Hveragerði
A model of a light house stands at the Úlfljótsvatn camp site, 45 km from Reykjavik, where the 2012 International Scout Jamboree was held in 2012.
Beachgoers lounging on the banks of Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach in Reykjavik on the first day of August.
Laundry dries in the summer sun in Hofsos.
At the community pool in Fludir, Iceland. The small town of about 400 people is situated in the mountains and its scenery makes it a popular vacation spot for many Icelanders in the summer months.
A girl wears braids adorned with Iceland's flag as she watches the Euro Cup 2016 match between Iceland and France on a big screen in downtown Reykjavik.
The backyard of a local Reykjavik family enjoying the sunny afternoon together
People enjoy the public pool in Heimaey, an island in the Vestmannaeyjar Archipelago off the southern coast of Iceland.
Sophie, a hungarian, picks strawberries at the greenhouse in Fludir. It is common for immigrants from European countries to work in these jobs. She says she will return to Hungary soon.
A lighthouse seems to stand at the edge of the world in Stykkishólmur, on the western coast of Iceland in the Snæfellsnes peninsula.
Two teenage boys spend the afternoon at the mall in Hveragerdi.
Yellow wildflowers bloom along a path leading down to Kirkjufellsfoss or "Church Mountain" in southwestern Iceland.
A family from Reykjavik and one shivering puppy visits the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall in western Iceland.
A puffin walks through the gift shop at the Sæheimar Aquarium in the Westman Islands.
A tourist photographs steam escaping from a vent at Namafjall in in Lake Myvatn, a landscape covered with with mud pots and fumaroles.
Guests dry off at Seljavallalaug, an outdoor swimming pool built in 1923, nestled in the mountains of southern Iceland.
A girl looks out at the lake from the the Úlfljótsvatn camp site, 45 km from Reykjavik, where the 2012 International Scout Jamboree was held in 2012.
Horses at a stable just outside of Hveragerði. Many visitors enjoy riding horses through the scenic countryside and around the geysers.
A map of Iceland is painted on a wall at a whitewater rafting business in eastern Iceland.
Passengers on Heimaey ferry watch the water on the trip back to the main land.
A lifeguard sits in the break room at the local pool in Hveragerði.
A group of rafters prepare to enjoy the East Glacial River with Viking Rafting tour company.
Kaffi Kú in Akureyri
The bus driver for Viking Rafting watches a rafting group from a cliff just before they pass through a rapid on the East Glacial River.
Icelandic pride during the Iceland v. France cup game in Reykjavik, July 2016
Myvatn nature baths
A tourist waits for the bus outside of a gas station in Hveragerdi.
A baby blue church in Seydisfjordur
Chickens flock a picnic table outside an ice cream shop in Akureyri.
Two Polish backpackers hitch hiking their way across Iceland take a break on a bench in Hofn in southeastern Iceland.
Reykjavik, Iceland Lying in the sun during A mid-afternoon tea party following a morning at the pool.
An elderly woman rests in the sunshine at Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach in Reykjavik. Since Iceland spends a majority of the winter in darkness, residents soak up the sun while they can.