Iceland is a majestic country with dramatically changing landscape. This photo essay examines how even though the scenery varies, there are certain attributes that remain constant throughout: the purple (and controversial) Alaskan lupine; moss; lava rocks; yellow poppies; glaciers and ice patches; and fields of green. Here is an up-close glimpse into the Land of Fire and Read Post
I thought I would dread the drive to Keflavík airport. The familiar “it’s over” feeling would hit and I’d wistfully stare out the Nissan Qashqai window at the lava rocks lining the road. This was the typical end-of-vacation sadness I was accustomed to. But everything is different now. We have neither a job nor home to return to. Read Post
We were able to get within feet of puffin colonies at Borgarfjörður Eystri and Látrabjarg, Iceland. The audio was removed since it was so windy and the puffins really were not making any sounds aside from the occasional flutter of their wings. Don’t worry, we didn’t eat them.
We were cruising around Ring Road when I swear I saw a Banksy. So I did the most logical thing, I slammed on the brakes and turned around. Here is what we saw. You tell me. Banksy or really good Fakesy? It’s just subversive enough where I think it is real (The Metropolis logo from Read Post
Iceland is filled with sheep. There are about 450,000 while the human population is only about 300,000. However, the sheep make delicious hot dogs, so it’s good news there are so many of them.