Lighthouse Lighting

It is hard to believe that yesterday, in the middle of driving all over Reykjavik, putting the finishing touches to the pre-retreat planning, Julie and I stopped at the beach for a stroll.  We were in search of some thermal foot baths we had read about on the internet.  We never found them, but we did come across the gleaming white lighthouse of Reykjavik.

And given that the weather was really nice, I was able to get some great shots yesterday.  It is fun to see these photos, because today we had driving rains and winds.  Did I dream up the sunshine? In hopes of getting some shut-eye, I will post these from yesterday and hope each photo tells you a story or two from this magical land of Iceland.

Reykjavik's Lighthouse

Reykjavik’s Lighthouse

Thank you, Julie Newcombe, for taking these photos of me!

On the Dock: Thank you, Julie Newcombe, for taking these photos of me!

Lighthouse I

Lighthouse I: Half Moon

Lighthouse II: Dancer's Pose

Lighthouse II: Dancer’s Pose

Another Point of View

Another Point of View

Beautiful coastline of Reykjavik

Beautiful coastline of Reykjavik

Seaweed

Seaweed

Lichen on the lava rocks of the black beaches of Reykjavik

Lichen on the lava rocks of the black beaches of Reykjavik

Breathe In Breathe Out

Breathe In Breathe Out

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One Response to “Lighthouse Lighting”

  1. joyce major Says:

    Love your photos! Sighing to hotsprings…my favorite. So, in another book, The Most Blissful Countries, Iceland was number one. The author mentioned that they are excellent weekend drinkers but never during the week. Might that be the secret along with those hot springs?

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