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Iceland in Photos

I’d like to write a post about how Iceland has changed my life (mentioned first here), but you’ll just have to wait until I find the right words.

In the meantime, enjoy the beauty that is Iceland—in photos. Even if you’re hating on it now because of a little volcano named Eyjafjallajökull, there’s no doubt Iceland is an amazing, beautiful country.

I would (and do!) recommend it to every traveler in a heartbeat.

At the stables

Horse riding in Iceland

Walk 7

Nordic sculpture in Reykjavik

Dómkirkja Cathedral 5

Inside Reykjavik’s church (which was being renovated when I visited)

Þingvellir National Park 2

Thingvellir National Park, on the edge of two continents

Gullfoss 3

Waterfall on the Golden Circle day tour

Geyser 4


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  1. Stephanie says:

    You got some neat pictures! Iceland was amazing to/for me as well and I'm congratulating myself for going last year and not this spring!

  2. Adam says:

    Thanks Cailin. Let me know because I can definitely recommend some must-see places near or outside of Reykjavik.

  3. Adam says:

    Seriously! Plus, Iceland is/has been on everyone's lists for 2010. I'm glad I went last year…

  4. Cailin says:

    Love the photos!
    I was hoping to and am still planning on going there in July maybe! :)

  5. Wow, it is really beautiful there! How is the weather? I guess the best time to visit is in the summer? To be honest, I will be happy to see the Eyjafjallajökull erupting, the pictures I founf in internet are gorgeous. But I'm so far away from Iceland now, and is it easy to approach Iceland anyway with this ash problem?

    (I need to admit that I copy paste “Eyjafjallajökull”, not able to remember the spelling yet!)

  6. Candice says:

    Ohh so lovely. The fourth picture is my favourite. What is with Icelanders and their crazy sweaters? Hehe

  7. Poi says:

    Before I started getting into this whole blogging business I never had Iceland on my list of places I want to go but the more I read and see of it the more it's really starting to take my fancy.

  8. Adam says:

    I was so so tempted to buy a sweater! But it was cost-prohibitive. I ended up with a hat, though!

  9. Adam says:

    The weather is actually really nice! I was there in September so it wasn't in time for the midnight sun, but from what I've read and know, the weather really isn't that bad. Just gets cold, but not too cold, and snows/rains, but not too much.

    Just the volcanoes you've gotta look out for…. apparently.

  10. Adam says:

    Dude you're in England. You're so close!

    go go go go go go !!!!

  11. Haha, you are right! Thanks for sharing

  12. Haha I ended up with two after my summer there!! I bought one and a friend gave me an extra of hers…haven't found the right place to wear it in California yet, but next trip to the snow I'll definitely pack my wool sweater. ;)

    I've been wanting to go back sooo much lately and your pictures are not helping!! Hope you're having a wonderful time traveling!! I'm so jealous.

  13. Adam says:

    Lucky! If I ever find myself living somewhere cold again, I think I'll splurge and get a wool sweater from Iceland.

    Thanks for the comment, Ashley!

  14. wow! these photos are lovely. i can’t wait to visit iceland.

  15. wow! these photos are lovely. i can’t wait to visit iceland.

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