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Iceland: A photo essay on Reykjavik and beyond

by Markus Kuoppala
markuskuoppala@hotmail.com

This photo essay was photographed in Reykjavik and its surroundings during Easter of 2011.

An Icelandic landscape

A typical Icelandic landscape.

Sheet metal facade

The material of choice for many building facades is sheet metal.

Iceland


Square

City Hall of Reykjavik at the back.

Dried fish

Dried fish is a local delicacy.

A vast scenery


Waterfall

The Gullfoss waterfall.

Gullfoss

Gullfoss.

Gullfoss

Gullfoss.

Profile of a man

Profile of a man in rock.

Geyser

Geyser.


Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon. A hot pool on top of a lava field.

Iceland


Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon.

Crater lake

Crater lake.



Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon.



An Icelandic horse

An Icelandic horse, not a pony.

Perlan

Perlan, a water tower in Reykjavik. A saga museum is located downstairs and the upper floor
houses a restaurant that rotates every two hours.

Saga Museum

Saga Museum.

Lamb

You can't visit Iceland without seeing lambs.

Whale watching

An unforgettable experience: whale watching in Iceland.

Music and Culture Center

The Music and Culture Center is being constructed.


Traffic education

Traffic education in Icelandic style.

A panorama of Reykjavik

A panorama of Reykjavik with Hallgrims Church in the middle. The bell tower is Iceland's
highest building with a height of 74,5 meters.

An Icelandic scenery


Markus Kuoppala is a Finnish photographer, who specializes in shooting in phenomena, events and celebrations. You can find his website here.

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