View of Reykjavik.
Fancy volcanic jewelry.
Hikers using chain to descend Mt. Esja. Very slippery and steep here.
Mt. Esja hike near Rekyjavik first day I arrived. There are more lupines in Iceland than I've ever seen!! They cover whole fields across the country.
Juliet and waterfall.
My niece Charlotte and waterfall.
My sister Lisa and waterfall. Traveling through Iceland you are bound to see a waterfall, a sheep, or both anytime you look around. Serious!
Waterfall you can walk behind.
You can see the trail behind.
We stayed at several farms. The puppies at one of them were very popular !
Hot steam all over the country.
This grave had a tree growing out of it!
Turf house Church. These are all raised graves with flower gardens planted on them.
Violet, my niece.
Town of Vik, South Iceland, black beach. I loved this little town, very nice.
Common site in Iceland. Waterfalls, no trees.
Rainbow and waterfall.
Yes, another waterfall. Waterfalls, waterfalls, waterfalls!!!
Basalt columns and beautiful waterfall.
There ARE trees in Iceland after all!!! Drwarf birches. This was a hike I did in Skafatel National park.
Iceland's highest mountain is only about 7K, but there are alot of glaciers.
Hikers in Skafatel National Park, South Iceland, above the glacier.
My twin nieces Juliet and Violet. They tried to teach me (just hold your finger in front of your nose..), but I don't have this skill !