Not what you think…
“Ugh. Another day at the cod processing factory, and I forgot my chapstick again!”
Rolling Stones Promo Pic
A true gentleman
Paul, spinning yarn with Grandpa Pinocchio
Revised painting title: Bruce Willis hiding behind a table at dawn.
I like this one too much for punnery.
LSD was a bad choice.
Looks nice, but behind the lens, a man’s testicles returned from whence they came due to the cold. And by man, I mean me (still a man, if you were wondering).
In Iceland, leprechauns are elves. And instead of pots of gold at the end of the rainbow, there’s bubblegum. The depicted child has just realized she is only rich in gum. Disappointment abounds.
I like this door. There’s a lot going on here. Maybe this building houses the gold the elves swapped out for bubblegum. Maybe it’s just a cold storage facility, which seem redundant in the arctic. What do you think is in there? Any guesses?
These are cardboard cutouts. And the ship in the background is named after Mount Esja
My favorite room in the Reykjavík Museum of Art (Harbor House). There were speakers set up on the opposite wall, and a robotic woman’s voice was counting down sequentially in 1/10th integers. This room made me feel like I should sell all my belongings, and join some sci-fi cult (Not yours, Tom Cruise).
The most northern Mexican restaurant in the world (speculation).
Oh, hey. I saw Kraftwerk in Iceland at Harpa. Remember the post I wrote where I had a full coronary about NOT getting tickets to Kraftwerk? No? You should read THIS – Understand my eastern european temper a bit more…
It was difficult capturing the vastness of Gullfoss above. If you look to the left you can see tiny black dots on a trail, those are humans. It was so cold, the spray from the falls froze the ledge way off to the right outside the frame. While the composition of the photo isn’t great, this is Iceland to me: Vast, stark beauty with flirty views to the raw power rumbling beneath.
Thank you to all the kind, awesome, beautiful people we met during Iceland Airwaves, and the entire trip. When I arrived back home, I realized this was one of the first trips I’ve taken in a long time where it instantly became essential for me to go back.
See you soon, Iceland!