Tourist in Iceland

I consider myself a very lucky girl to have great friends from around the world. One of those friends is Aimee who lives in New York. We have known each other for about 8-9 years or so. She has lived in Iceland and visited here a couple of times and I have spent time with her in New York.

Linda

This weekend her and her boyfriend Johnny came over from Friday to Tuesday and I had the pleasure of showing them around. We drove to Þingvellir (National Park), Gullfoss (waterfall) and Geysir (a geysir – hot spring) on Saturday and on Monday we took a drive to the south of Iceland. We stopped at Seljalandfoss (waterfall) and at the black sandy beach in Vík í Mýrdal.

So, here are some shots I took over the weekend. For a bit of my beautiful country.

No stitching updates. Things have been busy and I have been reading more than stitching lately. Soon though, soon!

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7 responses to “Tourist in Iceland

  1. Anja

    Fantastische Fotos !
    Danke !

    Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland von
    Anja

  2. Wonderful pictures! Could the weather have been any better? I was just there last summer – it’s fun to see other people’s experiences in the same places.

  3. What a beautiful pictures. I hope ever to visit Iceland and see the geysers.
    Regards from The Netherlands, Riet

  4. Colleen

    Your pics are beautiful as always! Can’t wait to see pics of the kids, kitty and some stitching!

  5. TDee

    You are very lucky indeed. When are you coming to Phoenix? LOL

  6. What a wonderful tour of Iceland. Thank you for sharing this fascinating country; I totally enjoyed the visit!

  7. Oh WOW!!! You took some beautiful pictures. Someday I’d like very much to see some of that in person. Thank you for posting these!

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