Category Archives: Iceland

Magnificent isolation. Lashed year round by wind and rain, the remote fjord Ófeigsfjörður on the Strandir coast of Iceland is as enchanting as it is difficult. Not surprisingly, today the lone farm there is occupied only during Summer and part of Fall. In the decades past, Ófeigsfjörður was renowned for shark fishing, and for his […]

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122 metres high. Háifoss – pronounced how-ee-foss – in the Highlands of Iceland, seen on a classic wintry morning. We were lucky to have just the right amount of snow to add to the atmospheric conditions. For relatively narrow falls such as this one, retaining the natural flow of water is preferable to the ‘cotton […]

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Late evening in a magical place. The historic farm of Hlíðarendi in south Iceland is associated with Njáls Saga. In the first image below, the glacial volcano Eyjafjallajökull, that erupted last in 2010, is seen in the background. See my post from 2010 here.          

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