I went back to reshoot the Hofdi house on my last day, as I wasn’t sure my night shoot had gone. The pale golden light of midday illuminated the building perfectly. Click below for a fullscreen 360° view of the scene in Flash or QuickTime format, or for more info in Google Earth and Wikipedia.
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Austurvöllur, a square in old town Reykjavik surrounded by the Parliament Building (Alþingishúsið), the city’s oldest church Domkirkja, and the wonderful Hotel Borg. Click below for a fullscreen 360° view of the scene in Flash or QuickTime format, or for more info in Google Earth and Wikipedia.
Fantastic graffiti behind Sirkus, just off Laugarvegur, Reykjavík, Iceland. They seem to take good graffiti very seriously in Iceland: a small walk around the city centre, 101 Reykjavík, provides the chance to see some world-class street art. I”m curious about this spot: whilst digging around online I found lots of pictures of Sirkus (a live […]
This sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason reflects the fundamental importance of the sea in both Iceland’s past and present. The abstract ribs of the longship looked wonderful in the slighty wan autumnal morning light. On the far side of the fjord is Mt Esja, clad scantily in the first snowy wreaths of winter. Behind lie […]
Iceland is an extraordinary place. We only came upon Kerið by accident: no off-season holiday is complete without a picnic in the car while it rains, so we pulled over to a layby for a late lunch. Before tucking into our home-made cous-cous picnic (gusgus in Icelandic, a deliberate homage on my part to the […]