Iceland part 5: Walking around Reykjavik (come rain or shine)

May 2nd, 2011

(all photos mine)

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39 Comments

  1. Shini says:

    All photos MINE because I take it and devourrrr it. Seriously makes me 1) want to visit 2) print out few of the pics and consider I’ve been to Iceland.
    Always love looking at things through your eyes!

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    kris atomic says,

    May 3rd, 2011 @ 9:36 pm

    Haha! You should go, it’s an amazing country. But go in the summer because it was freaking freezing. x

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  2. Joy says:

    I am so awed by your skills in photography! Love the colour red running through these photographs.

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    kris atomic says,

    May 3rd, 2011 @ 9:35 pm

    thank you! I loved all the reds (my favourite colour!). xx

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  3. janis says:

    these photos are so inspiringly beautiful. they make me want to be a better photographer!

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  4. Trude says:

    As if I wasn’t tempted to go before…absolutely gorgeous! :)

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  5. Hannah says:

    Excellent as always! That pink wall with the strange pictures of the Queen certainly caught my eye haha.

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  6. Oh my goodness. I love every picture.

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  7. amy w says:

    Love the colours in Reykjavik! And disco Queen, she looks so happy :D

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  8. Swah says:

    Oh wow, these photos are amazing! I have been to Iceland a few times and it continues to amaze and inspire me. I am hoping to return next year and am motivated by your amazing photography – they put my photos to shame! :)
    x

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  9. Genevieve says:

    Oh my, all the pictures are lovely

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  10. Kelly says:

    All the colors are so wonderful! and you take absolutely beautiful shots. thanks for sharing!

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  11. Anne says:

    Lovely series!

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  12. becky says:

    These are beautiful, I particularly like the duck on the wall :)

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  13. máni says:

    your photos from reykjavik are gorgeous! you’re such a puffin! haha! :)

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  14. nina says:

    oh my gosh… how i love thos photos. they´re awesome. good work.
    i especially love the colors!
    i hope you have a nice day!
    xo nina <3

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  15. Audrey Jaye says:

    Wonderful photos – the city, and the photos are just all so bright and colourful…love it!

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  16. Susannah says:

    All of your photos are really amazing. I’m enjoying every single one of your Iceland posts!

    Lavieetme.blogspot.com

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    kris atomic says,

    May 3rd, 2011 @ 9:33 pm

    Thank you, I’m happy you’re enjoying them! I still have soooo many to post, it’s taking me forever!
    xx

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  17. Mae Lu says:

    Oh yeay! You found the little graffiti park! Don’t you just love that mountain mural with the sequins and glitter? So majestic.

    And that happy hour sign, is that on the side of Cafe Babalu??? They have the best crepes there.

    Man, I miss RVK so much. Thank you for sharing!!

    Did you buy anything? I can’t wait to see if you did!

    xx{ish.},
    Mae Lu @ thereafterish.!

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    kris atomic says,

    May 3rd, 2011 @ 9:33 pm

    I was obsessed with the mountain thing, I loved how the metal bits moved in the wind. Such a great idea.

    Yes, it’s Cafe Babalu! We didn’t go there, but it looked nice!

    I bought a few things, yes :) Coming up in another post!
    xx

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  18. Zoe says:

    Beautiful photos, beautiful place, you can tell it looks cold though!

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  19. Mary says:

    Fantastic photos! Love the brightly colored buildings and murals. Love the ducks too:)

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  20. Anne says:

    You have such a great eye for color, keep posting your photos please…just lovely!

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  21. Ivana says:

    I’m currently living in Reykjavik – Have been here since August 2010 and will be leaving in a month.
    Your photographs are beautiful.
    They make me cry.
    Oh ohh I miss it already…

    (Thank you)

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  22. Heather says:

    I *love* the necktie graffiti. How fun.

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  23. kitchu says:

    vibrant, beautiful, stunning… there are not enough adjectives to describe your photos. that first one needs to be framed on a wall in my home :)

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  24. Megan says:

    I have been loving all of your photos from Iceland. It is a huge dream of mine to go there someday. Or live there, even. I just feel like…I belong there! I can live with the cold if a place is that full of beauty and character :) Thanks for giving me some peeks into my dream world! xoxo

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  25. morgane says:

    Damn ! First I’ve always wanted to go there, and after seing your pictures, I’m dying to go to Iceland ! and Then is it possible to be such a great photographer? Really girl your photos are absolutely WONDERFUL !

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  26. Beautiful photos and blog. I just discovered your blog through a long line of links and am so glad I found it. I can’t wait to browse through some more!

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  27. Elaine says:

    I adore these!! I lived on Þingholtsstraeti two summers ago, and these amazing photos bring back so many memories…:)

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  28. Anna says:

    Lake Tjornin is lovely! When I was in Iceland I went almost every day to see the ducks. Iceland rocks.

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  30. Kristina says:

    Speechless! Wonderful pictures! I am on love with all the detail and the colours, I need to go to Iceland, better sooner than later…

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  31. Klara says:

    Wunderful photos!!

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  32. corine says:

    Stunning pictures, and on my brand new mac they really glow.

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  33. Karin says:

    I’ve always been thinking that Sweden have very much in common with Iceland, but through your photos is the island so colourful and people seem so creative comparing to Sweden. But I like that I can understand some of the signs a little bit! Icelandic is so beutiful with all the diphthongs!

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  34. emma says:

    OMG!! very nice blog and shop etc. and beatiful pictures! you´re awesome!

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