This small town, north of the 66th parallel, is home to many great whale tours. This ship would have been perfect for one of those tours had time allowed.
Little House on a Fjord
I'm not sure what this little building is, but I saw the shot while driving by and couldn't resist walking back a half mile from our campsite to snag this shot. Believe it or not, this was taken at nearly midnight without a tripod.
These moments were the most majestic of my whole trip. With my compatriot Luke for scale, you can see the size of this waterfall and the minimal barriers (AKA no barriers) keeping you from experiencing it up close.
"God's waterfall," legend has it that one of the Icelandic rulers, Þorgeir, dispensed of his heathen gods by throwing them into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion. The impact left a hole that this waterfall eventually filled.
The sulfuric steam everywhere added to the enchanted feeling.
Another example of Iceland's belief in natural selection- no guardrails
This beautiful waterfall is only a short walk away from Dettifoss. It's strengths are the width of small waterfalls that complement this larger one, but are all parts of Selfoss
Northern Gravel Hauling
The northern fjords near Husavik are unreal
This lake may have had some thermal springs feeding into it, making it fog at night. The temperature didn't seem to vary too much throughout the day.
Main Church in Akureyri
Black Sheep White Sheep
This is the darkest it ever got in Iceland while I was there since it was near the summer solstice. The sun would set around 12 and rise around 6AM, but it never dipped too low below the horizon.