Around central lake Tjörnin
The 'modern' concrete City Hall.
Fríkirkjan í Reykjavík church.
With 360° views from the top of the tower.
Looking south to the city airport.
Looking east towards the mountains.
Golden Circle trip
The original Geysir has become less active since an earthquake in 2000.
Luckily it's neighbour Strokkur now erupts roughly every 7 minutes.
The water is 82°c and shoots 60m high. It cools down whilst in the air before it rains back down!
Gullfoss waterfalls with a drop of 32m.
The white above the mountain in the middle is the edge of a glacier.
Þingvellir Park lies in a rift valley where two tectonic plates meet.
Iceland is growing by about 5 cm per year so has regular earthquakes and volcanic activity.
On the 1st July 2015, whilst I was in Iceland, there were 200 earthquakes!