The last days were in Reykjavik – spent getting Claire settled into her apartment, getting groceries, household goods, a cell phone and the like.
Again, I will just put a few photos in the blog post and put a slideshow that can be viewed full screen with many more photos at the end.
We stayed three nights at this place – a flat adjacent to the harbor above a wood carving shop.
This shot was taken out of the front window of the flat.
Downtown pedestrian street in Reykjavik.
This is Harpa, Reykjavik’s answer to the Sydney Opera house. In the clouds and fog and daylight, the shimmering fish scale effect of the glass panels is not as apparent.
A view out to the harbor from inside Harpa.
Imagining my life with a fixer-upper fishing boat.
Claire a the harbor just outside our flat.
Finally, the reason for the trip – Claire in front of the University of Iceland. I took my parental duties seriously to settle her into her new location. Such a sacrifice to spend eight days in Iceland with her on that mission!
To see more photos and to see them full screen, use the slide sorter above.