Here are a few more photographs from the week we spent in Iceland. In a few days I’ll write about our discussions of Icelandic sagas in general, and Njal’s Saga in particular, which framed and guided our travels through the countryside.
Kerio, a collapsed volcanic crater
Volcanos Eyjafjallajökull (right) and Katla (left). Mary’s photo.
Bridge to nowhere, Skalholt
Shore of Lake Thingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland
Another bridge to nowhere – the metaphorical possibilities are endless.
Skalholt Cathedral from the river path
Churchyard at Oddi
Yours truly by the statue of Saemundur the Learned.
Next: The sagas
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