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Tag Archives: iceland
There are many paths to take in life. Here are a few that I found delightful. Continue reading
A few days ago, I saw this meme referring to those who love snow. Yeh, that’s me, for sure! My hand’s up, waving frantically in enthusiasm for snow and the colder elements. People in the northern hemisphere must … Continue reading
I have followed Sally’s blog for some time and her regular weekly feature with changing themes gives photography buffs a good array of choice and inspires creativity. I am thrilled to have a chance to blog some of my favourite … Continue reading
Each Monday, I post a mystery photo, or occasionally a mystery object on my blog. I encourage you to leave a comment, if you think you might know where this week’s mystery photo, was taken. If you guess correctly, I … Continue reading
The Story of Burnt Njal – Icelandic Saga Database.
Reykjavik Murder Mystery
It is a cold Autumn night, the ice has already formed in chunks on Lake Thingvellirvatn… In a holiday cottage a Doctor’s wife is found hanging. She has a history of depression and her Mother recently died of a terminal illness. But is it suicide Continue reading
Converge Man- made (Australia) and natural! Thingvellir National Park, Iceland – Eurasian continental rift Visual convergence is a trick of the eye but still we spend time to ponder about it.
What could be more frightening than a night spent in a haunted house? This abandoned house in Iceland somewhere between Bogarnes and Akureyri looked truly scary, even from a distance. Examining the photograph in the comforts of home some … Continue reading
Daily Prompt Share a story about the furthest you’ve ever traveled from home. 65.6833° N, 18.1000° W Dimmiborgir, Iceland This is the further I have travelled away from home. A heavy metal band shares the same name. I travelled thirty … Continue reading