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Police in riot gear block the entrance to the Parliament while protestors toss what they can, including paint, milk, yogurt, eggs and cans at the house. Iceland is in full on protest against the sitting government, demanding they step down, or at least admit some measure of culpability in Iceland's recent economic meltdown.


lily, rosemary and the jack of hearts said...

an amazing photograph, I hope times aren't too tough there in iceland. Truck on.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't let the turmoil in the country stop you from visiting. The Icelandic currency, the Krona, is the cheapest in years. The scenery of the countryside is amazing. If you haven't been there, you can get a taste of it at

Luis said...

Amazing. I have barely been on line this year so have not read your blog for a while. I am shocked to see such scenes in Iceland but I guess these are the times we live in