Tag Archives: Iceland
Today’s Monday Morning Blues comes from Iceland in January 2015. We visited the impressive waterfall of Gulfoss. Freezing cold it may have been, but what a wonderful sight.
In January 2015 we made a memorable trip to Iceland to celebrate a special birthday. Here a few pictures from the stunning country.
24 nations qualified for Euro 2020 and according to whose list you consider as accurate, there are between 44 (United Nations figure) and 51 (Wikipedia) countries in Europe. Here are three more that didn’t make it to the finals. Iceland The tiny nation of less than 5 million people qualified last time and actually knocked […]
Six years and one day ago I celebrated my 50th birthday in Iceland. Fabulous memories all round to banish those Monday Morning Blues. In the centre of Reykjavik stands a lake that is frozen in winter, save for a small pocket that remains unfrozen and is haven for flocks of geese and other waterfowl. Groups […]
Six years ago today I celebrated my 50th birthday in Iceland. It was a fabulous trip where we saw the magical land at its snowy best, even though we only had about five hours of daylight each day. One of the many highlights were the volcanic springs that are known as geysers, with Skollfoss Geysir […]
Is Monday January 4th just too depressing? Like many others I have not worked for a couple of weeks, have enjoyed watching seasonal films and eating far too much, and now face the shock of going back to work! Remembering past travels and dreaming of new ones is always a good way to beat the […]
I visited the Icelandic capital in January 2015 and the photo below was taken at twilight, about 3 in the afternoon.
I visited the wonderful country of Iceland in the month of January for my 50th birthday. This photo definitely dispels Monday Morning Blues for me!
Gullfoss (Golden Falls) is located in the canyon of the Hvítá river in the southwest of Iceland. We visited the spectacular site on a freezing cold day in January 2015.
We visited Iceland in January 2015 for my birthday. What a stunningly beautiful country.