My brand new friend Inga took us to her hometown wool shop near Sellfoss where they had this beautiful bowl of fruit.
Wool slippers at Thingborg
Door hardware at the village chapel where Inga was married.
Coast at Stokkseyri
Lettlopi yarn at the Hagkaup grocery store
Cairn field en route to Thingvellir… we’re on the right track!
Revisiting my old friends at Geysir
Great Geysir, the grandfather.
Strokkur, the grandson geysir
Rock formations at Dyrholaey
Black sand and wave at Dyrholaey
Sheep at Skogar
The waterfall above The waterfall at Skogarfoss
ANOTHER waterfall above Skogarfoss
Lavafield on the way to Kirkjubæjarklaustur
I’m back in Iceland! Arrived on Sunday and have been in Reykjavik, Selfoss, the Golden Circle, and the South Coast. My friend Ivy is traveling with me and we are awestruck by the beauty we see everywhere.
Many of the places we’ve been so far are places I visited on my first visit earlier this year in March. It’s certainly warmer this time of year and there is plenty of daylight (the sun never sets all the way). What was brown and icy is now lush and green.
Today is the start of new landscapes and terrain… places I’ve never seen before. I can’t wait!
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architect, knitter, spinner, and felt-tip marker enthusiast
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Have a great time with Ivy. Who knew Iceland was such a wonderful place.