Vik | Iceland

Day 5 In Iceland


We finally arrived in Vik, and honestly, there really wasn’t much to see. The main reason I went was to see Vik Church, which the town is known for, but the only road that could take us there was closed for construction… So I saw it from beneath the hill it sits on, and that was that.

Vic's Iconic hilltop church

Vic’s Iconic hilltop church

Shot on the side of the road

During our drive through Vik, Teresa and I found a little road on the side of the freeway, which we thought might be a good place to take some photos. When we got out of the car we saw that there were a bunch of wild rams there, and even a small waterfall. The lovely Teresa was willing to pose for the weird melancholy shoot I had envisioned, and these are a few of my favorites.






I had to do a self-portrait, of course.

I had to do a self-portrait, of course.

Sadly, much like Gob Bluth, I made a huge mistake. I took off my favorite, most expensive shoes to change into my walking shoes, and I forgot them in that field. I would have gone back for them, but I was already back in Reykjavik by the time I noticed they were missing, and I’m sure they had already been devoured by the rams by then. Which reminds me, if you haven’t seen Rams (2015), you definitely should. It’s a beautiful and melancholy (how fitting!) Icelandic Indie film, and as of 2016, it is on Netflix.