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Every Gate has a Message

Gates are a marvelous architectural element. They sometimes provide entrances, sometimes borders, and always a message. That message can be through a written announcement, but sometimes through tone, whether that be a welcoming walk or a flowering garden behind that gate. 293 more words

Sunday set: Landscape textures

Iceland revisited

Þingvallavatn sunset.

Moss on lava south of Reykjavik.

Looking south, near Grindavik.

Near Bjarnahöfn,Snæfellsnes peninsula.

West Fjords, sky and sea.

Iceland is the kind of place where you could lose myself for a lifetime between the sea, sky and mountains, not to mention the soft, high-latitude light that sparks nature’s inner light, lending a glow to every scene. A few more galleries here.


The Troll Cats of the West Fjords

Worth a trip, I think.

Is that a troll mouse? Or a troll kitten? I need to go back!


Wild Golf

Right. So maybe you see some tractor ruts. That’s tourist thinking, eh.

This is a city in the West Fjords. Yes, that’s the way they look out here. 102 more words


The West Fjords Separate

Welcome to Iceland. That’s the West Fjords on the upper left. There’s more blue there than in most of the rest of the world put together. 47 more words


Journey to the Center of the Earth - Part V

We’re about halfway through this series about my recent trip to Iceland–kick it off here first!

After a long day of traveling, we awoke in our rental in Hellnar to see what exactly the landscape had in store for us. 667 more words