East Iceland Gallery

Borgarfjordur Eystri is a tiny fishing village that attracts visitors with the magical hiking routes in its surrounding mountains and a large resident puffin colony. Given that the puffins had long since departed for winter and that we had no intentions of hiking, it was just our recurrent urge to get off the Ring Road that took us there. But it turned out to be a rather memorable detour, not only for the resonant landscapes but also for another cold, wind-swept night spent outside marvelling at the play of the northern lights above us.


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3 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    Northern lights explain the reason for going to bed after midnight. So happy for you. Dad.

  2. Cheryl Small says:

    Wow, just when I think you can’t send even more beautiful pics, you do. Thanks for the update – quite sorry your ‘camper-van’ is gone – you provided some fun anecdotes from there :). Until next time …

  3. Gramps says:

    More nice pic’s thanks – scenery still surprises/impresses. Sense season is changing and London gear stop appreciated ….

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