Here's another installment in the report of my tour around the North from Svalbard to Alaska's Bering Strait.
These two days found me continuing my guided Ring Road tour around Iceland. On the morning of Day 20 our first stop was the town of Höfn. It was a clear, calm, misty morning along the east coast. We parked on the end of a peninsula at the start of a trail simply called the "Nature Trail" (Iceland has a habit of severely over-simplifying its place names in general - for example the name of the largest glacier on the whole continent of Europe is simply called 'Water Glacier').
The "Nature Trail" followed this beautiful coast (where the photo above was shot), but also has appeal if the weather is murky, because arranged along the trail is a miniature correctly-scaled version of our solar system. The Sun is the size of a beach ball,