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Kristina Háfoss 6h
Today is Iceland‘s Sovereignty Day. On 1. December 1918 our neighbor was recognized as a sovereign nation & state in a personal union with Denmark. An important step on their way to full independence. Iceland became a republic in 1944. Gleðilegan fullveldisdag! 🇮🇸
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Turning Point Scandinavia Nov 30
To boost our international reputation Turning Point Scandinavia is going to start publishing tourism adverts for the provinces in the future Norse Reich. First out !
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Sophie Carr Nov 23
A little basalt column love (close-up of Litlanesfoss - the place I posted a photo of a couple of days ago - returned in better weather with my long lens!).
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Sophie Carr 14h
Made some new friends yesterday in
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Sophie Carr Nov 30
So November draws to a close. I've spent the whole month on the most incredible journey in - so glad I escaped before the lockdown! I've extended my trip - why not?! - so almost 3 weeks left, although not much daylight... Here's one of my many highlights.
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Sophie Carr Nov 29
There's always a local waterfall around to visit - this one is Reykjafoss
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Sophie Carr 2h
The dragon drinking from the sea (aka Hvítserkur in north-west ). Conditions were so much better last time I visited, in Sept 2014!
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Sophie Carr Nov 28
The sun barely rises in northern in mid-winter, but you get an occasional glimpse!
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Sophie Carr Nov 27
This morning was rather special 💕
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Sophie Carr 1h
More new friends made today. The black one was interested in eating my jacket.
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Hreinn Pálsson 21m
Thank you to 🏔 class for their interest in 🇮🇸 and all things Arctic. Great to be with you online for a good discussion and thoughtful questions.
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Sophie Carr Nov 29
The landscape in is like a painting.
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Sophie Carr Nov 28
Today was a driving day in , so I couldn't wait around to see if the sun would actually shine on the ice over Goðafoss - had to be content with some sunshine on the grasses nearby.
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Sophie Carr 5h
The waterfalls in look quite messy in winter, with some bits frozen and some strange colours. This is Efrifoss (at Kolugljúfur), which looked completely different from my first visit in Sept 2014.
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Sophie Carr Nov 29
Midday sun in mid-winter in - not getting above most hills, but giving some nice light on the clouds at least (and reflections in this frozen lake, Ljósavatn).
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Sophie Carr Nov 30
Looking down into the spectacular Stuðlagil canyon for (fyi - not taken with a drone!)
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Sophie Carr Nov 23
It's been a bit frosty and snowy today, so I had to get down low!
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WeatherNation Nov 22
Let's visit waaayyyy outside of the nation to catch this gorgeous glimpse of the in ! Great sight to see!
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Sophie Carr Nov 27
More loveliness from Hverir this morning
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Sophie Carr Nov 29
Why my feet were happy - a wonderful basalt columnar area along the coastline at Hofsós, northern . Bit of moody processing seemed appropriate.
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