Using the Hotel Viking as our base for three days we had a chance to wander around Hafnarfjörður on the first and last days there to scout out the area and kill some time before leaving Iceland respectively.
As it was November it was cold enough to give everything a sheen of ice so we were quite careful on our first evening there but had a reasonable walk along part of the Icelandic shoreline before heading inland. We had no plans to visit anything at that time, just take in the lay of the land, make a note of anything interesting, and grab some shots of the varied architecture.
Water featured heavily in the town with rivers, a lake, and a reservoir in addition to the Atlantic coast.
We noticed a few pieces of art and sculpture and there was obviously some sort of street art scene going on in the area too. On the final day we would discover Hellisgerdi Park and its abundance of artwork.
By the ocean’s edge I was quite taken with a piece of brutal architecture but I couldn’t work out what its function was.
A processed image of something that may have been art or may have been functional or may have been both.