This photo essay was photographed in Reykjavik and its surroundings during Easter of 2011.
A typical Icelandic landscape.
The material of choice for many building facades is sheet metal.
City Hall of Reykjavik at the back.
Dried fish is a local delicacy.
The Gullfoss waterfall.
Profile of a man in rock.
Blue Lagoon. A hot pool on top of a lava field.
An Icelandic horse, not a pony.
Perlan, a water tower in Reykjavik. A saga museum is located downstairs and the upper floor
houses a restaurant that rotates every two hours.
You can't visit Iceland without seeing lambs.
An unforgettable experience: whale watching in Iceland.
The Music and Culture Center is being constructed.
Traffic education in Icelandic style.
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.
Markus Kuoppala is a Finnish photographer, who specializes in shooting in phenomena, events and celebrations. You can find his website here.