As I traveled throughout the old Norse world, again and again I found myself back in Reykjavik, the small capital of Iceland, as I transfered between planes and buses. I would not say I fell in love, but Reykjavik’s gritty fishing heritage, surprising historic roots, celebration of literature, pervasive cafe culture, and creative spirit imbued in the city’s art and music – all eased me into a comfortable friendship. My photos of Reykjavik are now posted in slide show format and includes the Northern Lights, as well as hopefully conveying the spirit of this quirky city. To view, click on the link below.
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