Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale (Iceland)

For this week’s challenge I pulled the best shots from our trip to Reykjavik and the Ring Road. Nothing says scale better than Iceland’s sweeping vistas and urban contrasts.

Reykjavik from Perlan Viewing Deck

Reykjavik from Perlan Viewing Deck

Tjörnin Pond, Reykjavik City Centre

Tjörnin Pond, Reykjavik City Centre

Perlan Observation Deck, Reykjavik

Perlan Observation Deck, Reykjavik

A sign that could use a little English! ;)

A sign that could use a little English! 😉

Hydroponic Greenhouse, Hveragerði

Hydroponic Greenhouse, Hveragerði

Farmhouse, Skogar

Farmhouse, Skogar

Steps at Skogafoss  Waterfall

Steps at Skogafoss Waterfall

Skogafoss Runoff

Skogafoss Runoff

Rowan Tree with Berries, Reyjkavik Airbnb

Rowan Tree with Berries, Reyjkavik Airbnb

No real sun while we were there…and it was very cold and miserably wet! I can’t say we actually liked Iceland, but it was a memorable stop enroute to London!

Until next time…
🙂 🙂 🙂

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19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale (Iceland)

  1. I did have to chuckle when I saw a post coming from Florida about Iceland. 🙂 Gorgeous shots. I love the pops of color in the first photo. Iceland is kind of like Alaska to me – lovely to look at but I get my share of ice and cold right here. LOL

        • We’ve seen those eps too! 🙂 In fact, how wierd is this? When we were searching Airbnb for Reykjavik apartments one of the House Hunters’ families had theirs listed! Beautiful place…but too rich for our blood!! The one we booked was half the price!

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  3. Ever since I read a book about Leif Erikson as a kid I have wanted to visit Iceland. Looks very cool. I also saw this Icelandic movie once. It was a murder mystery and the main thing I remember is how the protagonist bought a cooked sheep’s head at the drive through.

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