Stainless steel and stained glass Rainbow reaches 24 meters high at Keflavik Airport.
Magnus Tomasson's "Jet Nest", a stainless steel egg hatches a jet plane. The wing is seen to the left.'
Outside the door of the Hotel Reyjavik Centrum in Reyjavik, Iceland.
Iceland has three ships in its Coast Guard. One leased to Italy, this one in the harbor at Reyjavic and a smaller ship in the harbor at Husavic on the north coast.
The Opera House in Reykjavic. Window detail is complex.
The Opera House in Reykjavic. Window panels have colored linear lights, best seen in the RLQ.
The Sun Voyager sculpture by Gunnar Arnason is his fantasy boat to follow his dreams.
Hallgrimskirkja Lutheran Church in Reykjavic, Iceland.
The pipe organ in Hallgrimskirkja Lutheran Church in Reykjavic, Iceland.
Unusual horizontal pipes were included in the organ.
The Nave in Hallgrimskirkja Lutheran Church in Reykjavic, Iceland.
Lief Ericson statue in front of Hallgrimskirkja Lutheran Church in Reykjavic, Iceland. Lief visited North America 500 years before Columbus and had a stunning split decision victory over Fritz von Eric on Channel 4 studio wrestling in 1965.
Many of the houses and roofs are made of corrugated steel.
Skate park in Reyjkavic, Iceland.
Dredging the harbor in Reyjkavic, Iceland.
This is the house in Reykjavic where President Ronald Reagan and Premier Mikhail Gorbachev held their talks on Glasnost in the early 1980s.
Geothermal hot water storage tanks on hilltop in Reykjavik are no longer used.
Computer generated 3D map of Iceland at City Hall.
Cairns, man made piles of stones, used to mark the way through an area or make a site. Fields of cairns as above are to allow other folks just to make them.