One day layover and I’ve only scratched the surface of #Reykjavík Just enough time to walk the wharf, see some amazing design and sculptures, get my gay on and get my church on, and sample a few delectable meals. #iceland - I will be back! . . . . #FindingBigfoot #FindingIceland #FindingReykjavik #dayofthefisherman #design #festivalofthesea #fisherman #hallkrimskirkja #icelandicdesign #kikibar #marina #marinawharf #mystopover #seafood #squid #wanderlust #wharf
This may not be the largest or most magnificent waterfall in Iceland but it's still my favorite location on earth. It's hidden from the hordes of tourists and provides a peaceful place to contemplate and admire the beauty of nature. Plus the sheep are radical.
I finally finished my website and it's pretty cool. The link is in my bio. I'm still finishing up the print shop but I got impatient so it's just a neat little gallery for now.
I took this photo in freezing rain and unbelievable wind a few feet from a crumbling cliff that dropped straight into the ocean. Nature isn't always friendly but it's these moments that seem to make for good memories. While desperately wiping raindrops off of my lens and shivering uncontrollably I was quick to think "this sucks" but now that I look back I wouldn't have it any other way.
This is a repost because I didn't like my original edit. I feel like this more accurately reflects what I saw with my eyes. ✌🏼️
I've been so busy lounging around, hardly doing any school work that I haven't posted in a while but here's an old shot from the summer in Iceland. Hopefully I'll get out to Mount Rainier or something soon and then I'll have some new experiences to share.
What's nice about Iceland is that the campsite here at Skógafoss is maybe 50 yards behind where this picture was taken.