Here are the pictures from my five day trip, in no particular order. I apologize for the long load time if your connection is slow.
Selfoss (-foss means waterfall) in all its uniqueness. This was located in Skaftafell Naitonal Park.
We went on a glacial lagoon somewhere in southeast Iceland. The lagoon was not there before 1932, but now the glaciers are receding at either 100 m/year or /day, I forget which one.
This I must say must be my favourite picture. If I had to do an advertisement for Iceland, I would use this and the caption would be: Iceland: Nature's Playground. This is actually the most east we travelled and this was taken in the morning in the "yard" of a guesthouse. The day before, those mountains in the background were covered by clouds.
This was taken on a hike we took in Landmannalaugur up in the Highlands.
No, those are not volcano vents. They are part of the power plant that supplies electricity to Reykjavik and, as a side product, warm water.
Beach with rocks. The rocks in Iceland are (mainly?) classified as basaltic or rhyolitic, but you don't have to know that to enjoy the place.