And one more from Iceland – a garden decoration we came across in Reykjavik.
It sums up Reykjavik for me – fun and unconventional, and determined to make it through the cold!
This photograph was taken yesterday after a thunderstorm passed over our area – just as the rain was coming in from behind the trees.
There was some damage from the storm – roofs destroyed, trees broken and branches flying, but nobody was hurt here.
And then – out came the sunlight!
More memories from Reykjavik – this time the fabulous city hall.
With its living wall and the fun details, it was great to explore!
One of my favorite memories of Reykjavik is the opening of the Harpa.
We visited it several times and loved the glass front and the colors – what a wonderful idea.
In general, we didn’t expect Reykjavik to be so colorful – but we loved it!
Back to the hiking weekend last week – this time a cheese store we found right on the mountain – set up in a barn.
And there was no shortage of customers coming and going 🙂
After driving over the gravel road to Snæfellsjökull, we came to this guest house – a welcome sight in this rainy and cold day!
A memorative sign was there for Jules Verne – as this is the mountain where “The journey to the middle of the earth” starts.
We had a nice hiking trip in Styria on the weekend, and that was the view we had.
Isn’t it almost like a postcard?
Enough fresh air to prepare for a week in the office 🙂