The Plain that took us to Ísafjörður

The Plain that took us to Ísafjörður

The Plain that took us to Ísafjörður | Nikon D700 | Nikkor 24-70mm. f/2.8G ED | 70mm. | 1/250 | F8 | ISO 400

Iceland | Ísafjörður |

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    • Fantastic that you are going in July! Already idea’s where you want go, on Iceland?

      • It is!! 🙂
        No, not really. I’m not much of a planner, I’ll go and see what happens, starting out with an Icelandic wedding. The newly wed will then take me along to their home-villages in rural Iceland perhaps an art festival too. Looking much forward! And perhaps this time I’ll get to see the glacier you took those stunning pictures of. Forgot the name.

        • That’s funny; we went to Ísafjörður for a wedding as well; and after that we made our trip 🙂 (the name: Jökulsárlón)

          • now, that is interesting!
            And thank you for the name, interestingly enough is also that a close of mine is going simultaneously and just wrote me when they are going to Jökulsárlón…. looks like I might make it this time 🙂

          • Lucky you! If you want things hard enough, they happen. 🙂

          • Life seems to work that way alright 🙂

  1. To me, this inspires more confidence than some of the newer models.

    • 🙂 On the other hand, one could have faith in battered things that still work; there is proof of their value… Thanks, Robin.

  2. Beautiful, weathered metal, Harrie – lovely textures you have conjured on a surface I would just have assumed to be smooth and shiny. Great!

    • That’s true, Doc. I actually took the shot because I liked the plain. Pretty crowded boat.

  3. The metal is old but very charming. And I bet the plane inside was charming, too?!

    • Yes, although I don’t remember much of the interior of the plain, because I was totally into the air-views of the West-fjords, beneath us. See you!

  4. Han said:

    Harrie, there is only one thing that I do not like in your blogposts. It’s the commando “Do it” at the end. You might like me to do it but I decide for myself.

    • Nu je het zegt; het klinkt wel erg als een commando 🙂 Niet zo bedoeld. Ik ga d’r wat tegen doen. Groet.

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