A memory of Reykjavik at night – it does get dark very late in August.
The museum we loved most in Reykjavik – the settlement museum. I especially enjoyed the 871 plus minus two sign.
One more shot from the classic car parade on a Friday night in Reykjavik.
What a beauty!
And I’m back to working on my Iceland album…
This time, I’m sharing a photograph of Hallgrims church, one of the most famous sights of Reykjavik. Don’t miss going up the tower, the sight is wonderful!
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!
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!
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.
And I’m back to working on our Iceland photographs – of course we couldn’t leave Iceland without taking a picture of the horses. They were all around and everywhere – in all sizes and colors, looking graceful with windswept manes.