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A Long Day With Many Stops - Husavik, Iceland

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by bobhoge, Jun 25, 2007.

  1. More of our adventure... We went ashore in Husavik, Iceland, for the start of a long day with many stops.

    We traveled from Husavik to Lake Myvatn, then to Dimmuborgir, Hverfjall, Haverarond, Godafoss, and ending in Akureyri. (Any non-icelander that can correctly pronounce all 7 placenames gets a prize :tongue:)  Our ship, meanwhile, sailed to Akureyri without us.

    Husavik was a pretty little fishing village in Skjalfandi Bay (you get extra credit for that one :wink:) . There is a very well done whaling museum here that is worth visiting.




    Now it is off to Lake Myvatn

    Bob & Nan
  2. Very nice--what camera and lens are you using for these?

    Don't you just love the bright colors in the buildings against the drab background of the landscape........
  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very very nice Bob
    I am enjoying your journey
  4. Mainuh


    Feb 20, 2007
    Southern Maine
    Nice stuff Bob!
  5. Hi Terri,

    The first of these is with the Olympus 770SW (a little P&S camera)

    The other two are with the D-100 and the 18-200VR lens. This is the first trip with this lens.

    Here is a link to the smugmug site with all the camera info http://bob-nan.smugmug.com/Journey%20to%20the%20Midnight%20Sun%202007

    D-100 had either the 18-200VR or the 70-200 VR with a 1.7TC
    the D-70 usually had the 70-300VR (another new lens this trip) and once in a while the 18-70.

    Bob & Nan
  6. Looks like great sleepy town. Nice job.

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