If I'm not mistaken, she took this photo from her hotel window well after midnight. She told us that this was as dark as it got the whole time she was there.
Dominating the skyline in Reykjavik is the Hallgrimskirkja (Church of Hallgrimur). This church was designed by architect Gudjon Samuelsson. He is said to have been inspired by the Icelandic basalt lava flows around the island nation that create step-like layers.
Construction of this church spanned four decades from 1945 to 1986.
Julie took the elevator to the observation deck at the top of the church tower to get these awesome, panoramic views of the city.
One thing that strikes me looking at these photos is how crystal clear the air is.
Back on the ground again, I loved this photo she sent of the two tulips growing outside this rustic fence.
These are some of the photos Julie shared while in Reykjavik. Next Sunday I'll show some scenes from out of the city and some from that volcano she went there to photograph. There will be some pretty amazing shots featured next week.