My daughter was working so hard! Here are a few photos from her long day of riding, grooming, and taking care of these Icelandic ponies.
New Years Eve bonfire, organized by the city of ReykjavíkNight photography is tough! It was quite difficult to capture the lights while making sure everything else didn’t appear to be pitch black.
I frequent Iceland quite a bit, but this trip was pretty special! My agenda was heavy with many logistical tasks and to-do’s but everything can’t be planned. I spent my New Years with family and friends while the Northern Lights came out to play! I couldn’t have planned a more magical night as sometimes in Iceland, you never know what you are going to get. Happy New Year!
The days are short in Iceland during winter, and I happen to be here during the darkest time. Daylight is at about 11AM, and night falls at about 3:30PM. I have seen Harpa from the outside many times, as it’s right in Downtown, but had never been inside. I had the place all to myself as I arrived just a bit before midnight.
Not too far away from Reykjavík is a place called, The Rauðhólar (“red hills”). Today, my goal was to stay close to the city while finding natural sceneries. Goal accomplished!
I just landed in Iceland a few hours ago from Los Angeles, and wanted to take a cruise around Keflavík before it became dark. I had to take advantage of the daylight, plus, I brought along a swimsuit in case I was inspired. Ha!
Other than it being the city where the KEF airport is located, it’s also the home of the Blue Lagoon.