One of the greatest lessons that can be drawn from a trip to Iceland is that here who is in charge is mother nature and this requires the respect and reverence that are reserved for the most precious things. Only in this way is it possible to catch in the lights of a sunset, in the force of the wind, in the quiet of the snow, in the immense silent force of the ice and in the turbulent fire, a series of life lessons of inestimable value. Here you can understand that in the universe we are tiny and that this thing is beautiful. We understood that on earth man is a privileged guest but not the master of the house. It can be understood that in a hectic, automated society, where numbers count more than emotions, what we really need can be learned here, simply by sitting and looking at a glacier or the water that flows. What is up here cannot be described with photographs, although we will try to do it, but simply with the soul and its infinite thirst for wonder.