ÍS: Skerjafjörður Covered in Snow

000037rvk I think this is a relevant post today. I’m stuck inside because the wind is so strong that the weather advisory recommends everyone stay inside and avoid travel if at all possible.

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rvk000039     [35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Click here to see more pictures of Reykjavík, Iceland.]

ÍS: Contemporary Homes in Skerjafjörður

000032rvk Skerjafjörður is a really neat mix of the old, metal siding homes mostly located in 101 and some stunning contemporary homes. The top picture is from a long row of newer homes along the water. Most of them feature large windows facing the beautiful waterfront.000026rvk

000029rvk    [35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Click here to see more pictures of Reykjavík, Iceland.]

ÍS: Skerjafjörður at the Golden Hour

Reyjavik, Iceland, Now that I’m back in Iceland, I’m living with a sweet Icelandic family in Skerjafjörður, a secluded little corner of 101 Reykjavik tucked in between the waterfront and the domestic airport. There’s been snow on the ground almost every single day since I returned in mid January, and I love it! It makes the whole city feel so bright. This beach area is only a block or two from my home, and every time I walk here, I am overwhelmed by the beauty of the cold waves crashing on the black sand, the smell of the seaweed at low tide, and the calls of the sea birds. Reyjavik, Iceland,

Reyjavik, Iceland,

Reyjavik, Iceland,   [35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Click here to see more pictures of Reykjavík, Iceland.]

Lund: Kulturen and A Religious Refuge

Lund, SwedenA few more photos from a day trip to Lund, Sweden back in October. I was on my own, so of course I took a lot of pictures. I am honestly not sure where these first three are from. It was some sort of religious building, but I can’t for the life of me find it anywhere online. If anyone knows, please tell me!
Lund, Sweden

Lund, Sweden The rest of these pictures are from Lund’s amazing open air museum, Kulturen. Kulturen has some indoors exhibits, but the main attraction are the two blocks of historic houses from different parts of Lund’s history. I could have spent a good two or three hours there if time had allowed. Lund, Sweden

Lund, Sweden

Lund, Sweden

Lund, Sweden[35mm taken with my Canon Rebel 2000 SLR. Click here to see more of my pictures from Denmark.]