Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Our Iceland Saga: Iceberg Lake

One of the most amazing and beautiful sights in Iceland was the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon - a lake 100 meters deep, at the base of the Jatnajokull Glacier, where cold meltwater and sea water meet. The lake is full of icebergs and, especially in the early morning hours, seals.

No commentary on the pictures - I'll let them speak for themselves.

Just two more days of pictures left, and we're slowly moving back into sewing territory. Tomorrow I'll show you some (historic) turf houses that we saw - one complete with a vintage sewing machine.


Becky said...

Been short on time to comment lately, but just wanted to say your pictures are gorgeous. :)

Anonymous said...

So Beautiful!!! It must have been amazing to be there in person. Great pictures!