Fall colors

People keep telling me that I need to get out and see the fall colors. I keep thinking, “How? You have no trees here.” I went on a walk with Richard Wolanski, which mostly involves walking a few feet and then stopping to take pictures.
These were all taken around Thingvellir.

The landscape looked like someone had come along and rolled out a giant oriental carpet.

We travelled around in one of the company cars



It’s hard to tell, but the moss covering these rocks is so deep that I can push my index finger in all the way to the palm, and just touch rock. It’s like walking on a mattress.

It was actually fairly chilly.


The colors were mostly from the low blueberry bushes and the moss. I’ve got the camera very close to the ground here.

At the end of the day we got a rainbow.

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