Stone of War

I made it to Iceland…This church is beautiful, eh?

Stone of War

The Museum on Ice

A slippery trip into work!
The Museum on Ice

The Nightmarish Faces of Iceland

Actually Icelandic people are quite attractive… I don’t know why this eerie sculpture in Iceland makes them look so creepy creepy…
Icelandic Faces

The Fjords are Full of Horses

I’ll be heading back to Iceland soon, and maybe stopping off at a few fjords to find some of these wild-haired horses prancing about. This time, I’ll bring a pair of gloves!

The Fjords are Full of Horses

The Caldari Missile Launcher

I’m getting psyched for my next trip up to Iceland for the Eve Fan Fest, so I am posting this picture I have finally gotten to from Reykjavik. I heard there are over 1,000 people coming from all over the world for the event. I’ll be happy to represent the old guard of Taggart Transdimensional.

The Caldari Missile Launcher

Blue Skies of Iceland

This was shot during the sunrise just after the lake in Reykjavik was frozen over.
Blue Skies of Iceland

Wild Icelandic Furbeasts

Here once again are some of those furry horsical creatures that run free around the fjords of Iceland. These guys are surprisingly docile, although I did not try to ride one.

Wild Icelandic Furbeasts

The Five-Dimensional Barn

I came across this gem early one morning before work while exploring Iceland.
The Five-Dimensional Barn

Morning Skaters in Iceland

One morning before meetings, I woke up early to go down to the frozen lake in Reykjavik to watch the sunrise and drink coffee.

Morning Skaters in Iceland

Norse Gods at Moonfall

Hallgrimskirkja is just about the coolest church in the world. I’ve never seen this style of architecture before, but it’s very satisfying from a phi-golden-ratio-geometric standpoint for some reason. I can’t put my finger on it and I don’t know why such a simple geometric style has never really been attempted in any real way by other cultures around the world.

Icelandic people are very interesting, tough, and independent. I’ve found that their thought and creative circles are almost completely separated from the traditional Western Europe (+US-spawnee) and the Far East. This leads them to do things a bit different than the rest of the world and it was refreshing to talk to the locals and see how they approach everything from a design perspective. It’s got a lot of that Scandinavian clean elegance, but still very much its own.

Norse Gods at Moonfall

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