I'm currently reading Names for the Sea: Strangers in Iceland, and it's making me wish I could go back as soon as possible to better appreciate the place. I visited Iceland in February, 2005, and hadn't read anything about the country prior to my visit - which I now regret. It feels rather like I didn't appreciate Iceland as much as I could have. Maybe it's because I didn't have the opportunity to experience the two things I was focused on: husky sledding, and seeing the Aurora Borealis. We missed out on the former in favour of hiring out a car, and the latter because of cloud. Still, I really loved Iceland, and the book inspired me to look through my old photographs. It seems I never shared the image above before, and I can't figure out why not, because I love it at the moment. It was taken using a disposable camera, and maybe I felt it wasn't as good as my digital photographs at the time. I seem to have a bad habit of dismissing photographs, and then coming back to them years later and seeing them in a different, and more favourable, light. Anyway, I highly recommend the book!