Photographer's Note

The hills around the bohemian town of Seydisfjordur in the eastern fjords in Iceland are a hikers paradise. The snow capped hills are crisscrossed with a series of attractive pathways and countless scenic waterfalls.
Seydisfjordur started live in the mid 19th century as a trading post with Norway when it was the most prosperous town in the east but had its heydays later at the herring frenzy. Today it is inhabited by a lively community of artists and bohemians while the towns fish factory is still working as well. It still maintains a ferry route with the Faraoe Islands and Denmark, the sail up the 17km long fjord a perfect way to arrive in Iceland

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Additional Photos by Daniel Solinger (marabu61) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 970 W: 63 N: 2126] (11587)
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