May was very cold, but now it feels like summer is finally here. I have been on a few trips and sheep are always funny. When they are shedding they look hilarious.
You find their wool all over the place.
It is hard to see where one lamb ends and the next begins.
This is from a hike where we had a great view over Skálafjørður.
The first km took us almost an hour, but from there on the rest was easy.
Sailing between islands. Passing the old smack called Westward Ho.
Just caught this tourist in her new hat with lambs all around it. We are on Koltur looking at the island Hestoy.
The chickens on Koltur have their own historical henhouse. I don’t know how old this building is, but there have been found remains of a fireplace in Koltur from around year 800. We call this period of the first settlements “landnám”.