For years and years, this place must not have changed that much. I see less human, less industry, less community, less transportation, less noise but more sheep, more field, more ice, more gas from the earth, and more skies.
Before the sunrise, we rubbed our heavy eyes and hit the road to catch up to the end of the summer coast line. We were rapid nomads with the Jeep we rented. When the sun showed up it started to hit the empty highway and spreaded the golden shades everywhere our eyes can reach.
Human architecture could never challenge nature itself.
If you are patient enough, the sunlight will shine on your face soon.
If the globe is your head, Iceland is your nose. It shows that you are still alive whenever you breath. It pumps out steam when it's angry too. When the earth sneeze, a big waterfall comes out from the ground without any warning.The storyboard above is of the beautiful picturesque town of Húsavík, the only part of our trip that was north of the 66th parallel. It was such a calm and quiet town. If I go back to Iceland, I'd like to spend some time relaxing in that town, and maybe take part in some whale watching, which the town is well known for.
A quiet small fishing town where the tourist season has passed. All they have is sheep or ship now.
When you give a second look, the sun makes a trick here and there and edits the scenery without the photographer's permission.
The sheep is the major form of entertainment in Iceland and they should make it a must-see item for it's tour (Although, I don't think it's legal). Whenever we would find a sheep or a herd of sheep, Sebastien started to honk. It's a way to let them know that we are here! "Hey! Hello! How are you, sheep family?" Then, anytime one of them would start to run in the field to avoid our Jeep, thinking that we are going to get close to them, the others would also run frantically, a domino effect. We laughed so hard thinking that this should continue the entire trip in Iceland. The three sheep in the picture ran their asses off and their tails off to stay ahead of our Jeep! They must have ran with us for 1km and left us laughing for the entire day.As always, if you would like to see the other photos from this trip, please see the album posted on Facebook. Take care for now! Sub