My visit to Iceland in February was too short to do it real justice, although the two tours I went on were excellent introductions to the natural wonders of this small island. So I didn’t see as much of Reykjavik as I would’ve liked. But I did see a lot of street art, some colorful boats, and a singular kind of church.
These little fast-food joints were all over town
I don’t actually know what this little hill near the docks is, but there was a path you could walk up
Walking along the northwestern most part of Reykjavik
Harpa, the concert hall, across the harbor
How others see us
Look at these amazing hedgehog mittens my friends loaned me
A glimpse of downtown from my bus to the airport
That’s always the question, isn’t it
Hello, Mr Viking!
Hallgrímskirkja is an impressive Lutheran church with a statue of Leif Erikson in front
Rekyjavik from the air
Ooh right out there on the western part of the spit, by the university, that’s where I stayed