Lava Rust by janet little We stopped at a beautiful stretch of coastline on the east coast of Iceland, where waves crash against a tremendous sea stack. Once again, it was raining and windy, so I took to pointing my camera downwards at details on the beach at the base of the cliffs, where I found this scene reminiscent of a lava flow. http://flic.kr/p/akbLGW
John Lennon Tribute 8. December by Harpa Hrund I went out last night with my camera and it was freezing cold. I was hoping for some northern lights but it was a bit too cloudy for that. Still it is possible to see a bit of the lights through the clouds.
Today there are 30 years since John Lennon died, and this photo shows the Imagine Peace Tower (in Icelandic: Friðarsúla or the tower of peace). It is a memorial to John Lennon from his widow, Yoko Ono and is located on Viðey Island near Reykjavík, Iceland and consists of a tall “tower of light”. http://flic.kr/p/8ZksyF
Bauja by Sushanta – paper, scissors, void Viðey séð frá Sæbraut or Viðey seen from Sæbraut or “Isle of By” seen from “Sea lane”. “By” meaning “along”. “Við” can also mean of wood, but since there isn’t any wood on it (there might have been in the past) I’m sticking to “By”, as in the isle along Reykjavik or something. “Við” also means “Us” but the “Isle of Us” seems like nonsense. http://flic.kr/p/XHCLQ