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  1. Ok, here is day 4, being driven around the golden circle by a tour bus... (no, you did not miss day 3, I spent all of that day in meetings) Þingvellir, the historic site of their first parliament: Wide open landscape: Gullvoss: Crowds at Strokkur: (this is right next to the original Geysir, the one where all the others got their name from, which is no longer active) Kerið volcano crater: The above images where a quick run of the "Golden Circle" the standard tour for all tourists.... cheers afx
  2. On the second day in Iceland my plan was to drive from Reykjavik along the south cost to the east to see some waterfalls. But while the weather in Reykjavik was nice and sunny, the south cost was under a cloud cover and then rain. So we did not visit all the planned places but returned early. Still I managed to grab a few. The black and white images where planned as such even before the weather conditions intervened. Wood art or sign post next to the entrance of a camping place: Gluggavoss Seljalandsfoss: Relaxing in front of Seljalandsfoss: A very old ram, it looked like the horns are too long to permit regular grazing: Fresh air and life-support: Meditation in the sunset: Moon over Reykjavik. I was too intent on the beach in the other direction, so I totally forgot about the moon rise behind my back... cheers afx
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