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Iceland week #3 The scene

We had our cameras ready at all time. As we drove to the north and the west, we stopped quite often because the light changed, the clouds moved, the water got a different glow. 30 more words


Iceland week #2 Churches, and a little house by the sea

Driving on Iceland, you can see these small churches everywhere. Some of them are quite old. And remote. Looking at the graveyards, with maybe 20 graves, I thought, ok, there must be people somewhere. 27 more words


Dimmuborgir; The Dark Forts

Dimmuborgir (“dark cities” or “dark forts”) is a large area of unusually shaped lava fields east of Myvatn in Iceland. The Dimmuborgir area is composed of numerous caves and rock formations, remnants of volcanic activity that are perhaps reminiscent of an ancient collapsed citadel, with columns spewing plumes of sulfuric smoke. 146 more words


Iceland week #1

A few weeks back, we went to Iceland. As we are both mad about photography and never know when to stop, there is always some work to do when we get home. 167 more words


All of the lights.. 

For a couple of years me, my sister and friend had talked about our dream trip to Iceland, and thought now was a better time then any as I didn’t envisage Iceland to be baby friendly. 536 more words


Lake Myvatn Cycle

Friday 25 July 2014
Bjarg Campsite, Myvatn
Cycle round Lake Myvatn 37 k, Walk the lava trail and up a volcano.

We breakfast at the hotel on the lake, looking out at the ducks and trying Icelandic foods; smoked lamb, lamb pate, geysir bread, skyr and brown cheese. 161 more words