There is hardly any national public transport in Iceland. I mean, you cannot travel from one side of Iceland to another by train or a bus. More likely it is to catch the plane or a lift in somebody’s car. You can also rent a car and this is the option we used to get … More On the way to Westfjords // W drodze na Fiordy Zachodnie
During our second day in Iceland, we went to see what Reykjavik’s surroundings have to offer. We headed for Duushús near Keflavik first, an Art and Heritage Museum as well as Maritime Center. I was delighted there, as I love vintage! // Podczas naszego drugiego dnia pobytu, pojechaliśmy zobaczyć, co otoczenie stolicy ma do zaoferowania. … More Reykjanes Peninsula / Półwysep Reykjanes
“How do people live there?!” – exclaimed my daughter looking out of the plane window. As only we noticed some land down in the Ocean, our jaws dropped in a silent awe. The view presented itself rather lunar, just sand deserts, lava fields and some glowing ponds scattered among sharp, basalt rocks. // “Jak … More Reykjavik, Iceland
I was only a week away but with all that sunshine Britain had recently my garden transformed into a blooming and blossoming heaven. I wasn’t going to post anything today as I’ am busy enough unpacking and all that but I couldn’t resist and I sunk into a garden with my camera. I will say … More Spring in a full bloom!
Actually, not only sunsets but generally sky, clouds and light. I’m always truly amazed by the shapes and colours nature can create and I often rush out of the house or pull over the car to capture the amazing picture, sky had painted in front of me. Sadly, not always I’ve got my camera with … More Sunsets I admire…