Monthly Archives: July 2017

Going to Church

Many people think that the Vikings were the first people to inhabit Iceland. They’re wrong. No, the first people to live in Iceland, as far as is known (or, at least, as far as I know), were Irish monks trying … Continue reading

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Six in Three

As I wrote at the beginning of my last post, I returned home last week from a ten day trip to England.  Five of those days were spent taking a language class, but I also managed to fit in three … Continue reading

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Florence

I have not made a post for a couple of weeks as I was away  recently on a ten day trip to England.  My schedule was pretty full there:  a five day language class (which I may write about in … Continue reading

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Univers d’Artistes

Christian Pelier, the chief editor of the art nudes blog Univers d’Artistes, recently asked me to make a posting on his blog with photographs of the art nudes that I have made in Iceland. I was an editor of the … Continue reading

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Our Irish Uncle

Today is Independence Day here in the United States of America.  It’s a day when we celebrate things that are typically and traditionally “American.” So, what can be more typically American than our friend with the white beard, Uncle Sam?  … Continue reading

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Feeling Sheepish

It’s been almost two months since I posted about my 2014 trip to Iceland (here), so I’m back today with more from my day with Nadine and Rebecca on the south coast. These photos were made near the location in … Continue reading

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