It makes you aware of the massive forces of nature – and this is a tiny planet. Just imagine galaxy-eating black holes!
If trolls are caught in daylight they are frozen into rock.
We drove from the geothermal region across the lava plains. We found an ancient sheepfold made of lumps of volcanic rock. On the horizon was the crater of a huge volcano. We were surrounded with volcanoes, glaciers and jagged lava.
We drove off from the Godafoss falls towards the geothermal wonders of Geysir. Everywhere was volcanoes, lava flows and glaciers.
Fabulous in the sunshine!
A spectacular site.
We drove off through the mountainous landscape, replete with glaciers, towards waterfalls and thermal sites. The sun shone. All was good.
It was fabulous. Even the stop sign on the traffic lights was a heart!!
A humpback whale was blowing in the distance. This far north it was pretty much light all the time. The town was once again nestled in the most gorgeous setting.
We slid down the fjord into the harbour at Isafjordur – a small fishing port on the tip of Iceland surrounded by majestic mountains and glaciers.