Tag Archives: Saga

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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The farm at Hlíðarendi in the village of Fljótshlið in south Iceland is famous in Icelandic history as the home of Gunnar Hámundarson of the Njáls saga. We were fortunate to catch a marvellous sunset there this autumn.   At the same time, to my left, another instance of high drama was unfolding: the crest […]

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These images were captured this afternoon in the spectacular desolation that is the Berserkjahraun lava field on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland. Late Fall brings red blueberry flowers on the green of the moss-covered lava, lending a splash of colour to an otherwise bleak setting. From Frommer’s – Iceland: Meaning “Berserkers Lava Field,” the gloriously […]

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