We spent a week in Iceland last month. It was our second visit to the magical isle, and we are already plotting our third. That sculpture stands on the shore of Eyjafjordur, north of Dalvik as we headed for the Trollskagi coast.
Here we are at the Arctic Circle, where it was refreshingly cool:
We saw lots and lots of the beautiful, sturdy Icelandic horses. These were on Grimsey Island:
A view of Lake Myvatn. (We hope to return to this area during winter, to soak in hot pools under the Northern Lights.)
The first of three mighty waterfalls we saw on this trip was Selfoss:
Zachary photographs Dettifoss, Europe’s highest-volume waterfall:
Rainbow over Dettifoss:
Finally, a fixer-upper we fell for on Snaefellsnes:
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