Today we awoke to, you guessed it, clear blue skies.

We spent the entire day driving around the Snaefellsjokull glacier, a total distance of less than 100 km.    There were just so many photo opportunities that we made many many stops, including one we stumbled upon to a dead humpback whale on a remote beach.  It was sad to see such a magnificent creature dead on the beach.  It looked like it had been there for months and it could be years before there are only bones left.  In Iceland, there are only birds and bacteria to do the disposal work.

Maggie and I each took about 400 photos today.
 





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    Julian Sale.
    I love photography as does my wife, Maggie, so we have great fun indulging in our passion around home in Canada and wherever we travel. 

    We like most types of photography and are always looking for new ways of expressing ourselves photographically.

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