Even now, this image of abstract artwork on one of our visits to Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland still intrigues me. It’s almost as if one piece of this iron is keeping the mountain at bay whilst another piece is stretching to protect the church from it.
This small township was an hour’s drive from our home in Reyðarfjörður. It was one of those drives that always felt as if it was taking longer then it was due to the fact you had to drive down the steepest, twisty road into it.
This image felt ideal for the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge this week of… Scale. Like everything in life, it’s where you stand that creates “your” perspective of what’s around you.
This week the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge word is… ABSTRACT. And abstract these certainly were, especially when lit up, sitting on my kitchen bench as I finished preparing dinner last night.
These are Master Fourteen’s LED lights which had only arrived in yesterday’s post in preparation for when he moves into his new bedroom. The remote control for them is even more insane. Oh to be 14 again… NOT!
Whilst attempting to focus my camera lens to capture the breakfasting birds the other morning, I couldn’t help but notice how the unfocused colored lights outside were creating the most wonderful effect.
Looking at this now you would think it was lights in the early evening rain but it was in-fact glorious morning sunshine!
Just goes to show how things don’t have to be perfect to be wonderful. This is easy to say, as to believing and living these words… “mum, how much longer?”