Friday, April 21, 2017

Windows on the World - R is for Reminiscing in Reykjavik

This month I am participating in the A-Z Blogging Challenge where I will endeavour to post on this blog each day. I will be sharing photos of Windows that I have photographed on my travels and highlighting from A-Z the places where I found these Windows on the World.

When we were in Reykjavik, Iceland last year we visited an open-air museum in Arbaer where we were able to visit Icelandic houses from various time periods throughout history. At this marvellous museum we were given insights into the history of Iceland. There was a variety of windows in the buildings at the museum.









3 comments:

  1. That window full of colourful jars is intriguing...
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    Eva - Mail Adventures

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    1. It was very pretty with the sun shining through.

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  2. Yes the coloured jars are interesting. A coloured glass look. I think coloured water in Australia might fade in our sun but would look nice in an old cottage in the outback.

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