Today is all about rocks.
I wish I had paid more attention in my geology elective in university to know more about them. Because I didn't know too much, and I didn't learn a lot about the specific rock formations in Iceland, this is mostly a picture post.
The one thing that struck me about Iceland was not only the number of rocks (my joke is, if you don't like sheep, waterfalls or rocks, don't go to Iceland), but the different rock formations. However it all works, it is really neat to see so many different rock formations in a small area.
Here are some of my favourites:
|Black Beach - clearly beach weather|
|If you look closely you can see the Man - That is how big this was! |
|People often mistake this for a pipe organ, but it is naturally occurring! |
|Puffin Rock - home to thousands of puffins|
We have spent a lot of time on the nature in our trip. As we come close to the end of my adventures, we are going to look at sights in the big city next week!
it's amazing that all things were built by mother nature :o) the man is the small blue one? OMD that's a giant cave....ReplyDelete
love the pipe organ rocks and the caves - absolutely love caves :)ReplyDelete
Wow! Thanks for sharing. We loved seeing all the interesting geology!ReplyDelete
what a superb variety - Nature's handiwork is truly awesome!!! YAM xx
Amazing! I've always loved rocks. The pipe organ one I think looks the coolest... although everything is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love it! Your showing the perfect holiday for HER...ReplyDelete
What wonderful photos!! I just love rocks, especially rocky coastlines and rocks "growing" out of the water!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
OH MY GOODNESS I DO SO LOVE ROCKS ESPECIALLY THE SMOOTH ONES...ALSO. I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THEM EITHER. THAT DOES LOOK LIKE AN PIPE ORGAN. ONE OF THE PHOTOS LOOKS LIKE WHAT I IMAGINE THE MOON TO LOOK LIKEReplyDelete
HOW MANY PHOTOS DID YOU TAKE? lol
hUGS MADI AND MOM
It's so rugged and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow! Beautiful scenery even if it is mostly rocks. Hope you are having a great time!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous photos! Love that you shared your adventure! Thanks!ReplyDelete