Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Iceland, June 2017

The first day that Madam Le Chef and I were in Reykjavik, capital and only city in Iceland, we were supposed to join a tour by a church, Hallgrimskirkja. When we asked directions everyone said that we would see it. They were right. It's one of the tallest buildings in Iceland and it's on the tallest hill in Reykjavik.


You can see it from everywhere.


We revisited it the next day and took the elevator to the top. This is the view from the top looking North.


The weather in Iceland is very changeable.



On our last night in Reykjavik, we discovered that an artist had made an iron frame so that you could get just the right angle on the church. I'm convinced that he/she chose the view because it made the church look like a tall squid.