Recently a friend lend me a telescope to watch the moon. Unfortunately it's been snowing since, no moon in Olafsvik yet.Beautiful picture!
Which proves that 中秋節, the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, which is observed when the moon is full in October, can be celebrated even in Iceland.Btw, passed 10 000 meters above Iceland on my way to Sweden on Monday.
Beautiful photo. I just got interested in Iceland from an article I read. What are the fork-like tridents in the foreground?
Aaron: the forks are from the Sólfarið sculpture down by the waterside in Reykjavik. Here's a cool link to view some amazing photos of the piece: http://www.flickr.com/groups/icelanders/discuss/72157594348469818/Guy: maybe next month!Lennart: that's pretty close, but not close enough :)
I love that sculpture so much ...
Great photographs all the posts, but really like this one.
Hola, saludos y besos desde Ferrol- La Coruña (Spain)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Po5llGiMOoAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r93scO-eC1Mhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7osSzrP3KU&feature=related
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