Greenland at yonder is taken at Icelands most Westerly point . Greenland is still 186.41 miles away.
At the roadside is taken in the West of Iceland where the coastline is very rugged and volcanos reach the seashore
A caldera of snow is taken in the centre of Iceland near the Askja Volcano . The area was used by NASA to train the Apollo astronauts . A caldera is created when the weight of the lava push the soil back down and closes the volcana . Usually a lake will be created too . Beside the lake of 4.3 mi² this snow covered area is 12.74 mi²
Lazy Sunday afternoon was not lazy at all . Due to a celebration-day for sailors and marine-personal the only inland ferry in the West of Iceland was not sailing that Sunday .We had to make a 5 hour detour to get to our destination.
Picnic with a view is also taken in the West of Iceland , where the sea has carved deep fjords in the land . Standing on a hillside between those fjords can bring you these spectacular views.
Rotten eggs: Due to volcanic activity hot water can burst to the suface . It smells like rotten eggs . Most of this water will be catched at pumping stations , to be send to villages and cities for central heating.