Mermaid mural on the side of a building in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.
Looking up at Hallgrimskirkja, outside and inside view. Reykjavik, Iceland.
Looking out over Thingvellir National Park, home to Iceland’s first parliament, founded in 930AD. Thingvellir is located directly in the rift valley between the Eurasian and North American continental plates, which are slowly drifting apart.
Strokkur geyser going off in Geysir Park in Iceland.
The Great Geysir, now dormant, was the first geyser to be described in print, and is where the English word derives from.
Hallgrimskirkja (Hallgrim’s Church) and statue of Leif Erikson, Reykjavik, Iceland.
The church is made almost entirely out of concrete, one of the most common Icelandic building materials. The pillars are meant to look like columnar basalt, a feature that forms when flows of lava cool and crack.
On the lake in Windermere, BC.