The Secret Underground of Iceland

It was about 5 in the morning in Reykjavik and I was colder than any human is supposed to be, but I had my coffee and tripod and was on a mission to catch the sunrise. While en route, I passed the icy city hall while the dawn light was breaking to capture this.

The Secret Underground of Iceland

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Securing the Icelandic Chopper at Dusk

The night I first arrived into Reykjavik, I only had a few minutes of light before the darkness. I soon discovered that the final deep blue before dark lasts about an hour in Iceland. I am quite sure they take it for granted, because I saw it every night and everyone was going on about their business, not taking notice… Over by the docks, I found these four guys securing the blades on this helicopter for the evening.

Securing the Icelandic Chopper at Dusk

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The Approaching Ice

It’s closing in…

The Approaching Ice

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Flickr People are the Coolest (nothing to do with this photo)

This was shot in the docks of Reykjavik in Iceland… some ropes for mooring the icebreakers and fishing boats.

BTW, regular blog readers may or may not know you can click on any picture to go to my Flickr site where you can get the ultra-large versions…

Flickr People are the Coolest... (nothing to do with this photo)

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Cleaving the Ice

It was bitter cold at the harbor in Reykjavik. Burly Icelandic fishermen looked at me suspiciously as I walked around with my camera and ipod through the ice and carp skeletons to find some interesting things…

Also we have a new advertiser this month over on the right, so feel free to check them out.

The Ice Ripper

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