The next few weeks, I will write about this year’s vacation in Iceland’s north. For comparison, here are the links to the blog posts about Iceland’s south from two years ago:
- Jackson Pollock?
- Rock Art
- Black, Green, and White
- Music for the Eyes
- Water in Motion
This year we stayed in Húsavik, a small and peaceful town a few degrees south of the polar circle.
It lies on the east shore of Skjálfandi bay, which allows for nice sunsets (unless it is too cloudy (often) or not cloudy enough (rarely).
Dramatic clouds are abundant and make driving dangerous.
A highlight was the full moon backlit with a setting sun at midnight.