Traveling on the Ring Road (Route 1) in Iceland, I happened across this
creatively decorated building on the side of the road.
FYI – this structure sat all by itself. There were no other buildings of any kind.
A mountain partially covered in fog and part of a glacier at its base.
The glacier, covered in dirt, is partially exposed. It’s the part that’s blue.
If you want to see some “smaller” icebergs then head over to Jokulsarlon on the south east coast.
Dyrholaey Arch near Vik, Iceland on the southern coast and about 2 hours from the Reykjavik.
The Strokkur Geyser in Geysir, Iceland. (Not a typo. The town has the letter “i”.)
Black & White photograph by my daughter, Ashley. She is a university art student graduating next year.
Sitting on a bicycle on Laugavegur (Street) in Reykjavik, Iceland.
The bicycle on the post is swung out during the day to prohibit cars and
let people walk the street and visit the shops and restaurants.
When in Iceland, there are locations that are like standing on an alien planet.