I am floating in the most peculiar way.
Iceland - Works - Jan Kempenaers | We Heart It
Humans like to stand on me and stare dramatically into the distance. Or sometimes the fog.
Here is a photo-graph of a waterfall lying down.
untitled by heddaselder on Flickr.
Here is a photo-graph of a waterfall falling over.
Seljalandsfoss Sunset by Michael Bonocore
leyotolek asked: God dàg Iceland i visit You Second Times. And i Must say this Times with you were much more then beautiful. My wish is to See You again so fast as it go. I Hope we can be Friends ?:)
We already are, Leyotolek.
Here is a photograph of the ocean and I.
All róads lead into the desert.
Give me some water John,sorry man forgot the bottle by Sverrir Thorolfsson on Flickr.
This is me in stereo.
This is one of my mountains. Someday you can come and walk on top of it.
Un automne islandais ▿ Hatta, le doux contraste des premiers rayons on Flickr.
enoughlighttofindyourway asked: hi there. its my dream to one day get to visit you, until then, I found the word "Raðljóst" and I was thinking about getting it inked, but just to make sure, does it actually mean "enough light to find your way by"? Always good to double check! Can't wait to meet you!
No, you have the wrong word. Or at least the wrong spelling. The right word is “Ratljóst,” which means it is bright enough to find your way.
Raðljóst is not really a word, but it would make a funny tattoo.
All róads lead to somewhere with sheep.
Crash… by Flashbaxxx on Flickr.
Please do not walk on the grass.
Cabin Porn: Cabins in Hólar, Iceland. Contributed by Shawna
Hello, this is Iceland.
Humans from all over the world like to come and dive into me. This human is diving between my two continents. My left side is in North America, and my right side is in Europe.
Here is a photo of my friend the Moon and I.
Moon over Arbaejarsafn, Reykjavik
Now is the time when all my humans say “Gleðilegt nýtt ár.” It means “Happy new year.” The customary reply is “Sömuleiðis,” which means “same to you.”
If you want to be a funny human you can just skip the “Gleðilegt nýtt ár” part and jump right in with “Sömuleiðis!”
It makes all the other humans very confused.