I was here on 17th June (Independence Day for Iceland!) and waved at the webcam - did anyone see me?This is a magnificent building and we went to the top of the bell tower. It has fantastic panoramic views over the whole city!
Was there last week, what a lovely little city, so colourful and interesting. Loved it!
13sep18--Striking are the day to day differences in darkness lengths. Averaging, ~ ~ EnJoy EnJoy
08/08/2018 time 10.32pm ukwhat i find perplexing is that it is daylight in Sydney 07.32am and also daylight in Iceland 9.32pm (check the Hallgrimskirkja church camera) and they are about 9500 miles apart i am wondering are there two suns going round???
30jul18--Dark for nighttime can be seen using 'time-lapse' , don't blink, actually the tower clock times it for us. EnJoy EnJoy
24jul18--A Thank You to our host, Icelandic Café Loka , for sponsoring this 'live cam' view of the capital's Lutheran Church, Reykjavík, stunning.
Good morning, i too would like to know when the glaciers web cam is coming back, it was fascinating, mesmerising,
fast lane to fiction!
Hello!! I got to see the glaciers and I made a capture and sent it to Skyline, and I loved it. I hope the second webcam will come back soon. Why is he gone? Greetings to its inhabitants in Iceland.
The Skyline team, put back the glaciers webcam, it is very beautiful to be able to know this place and spread it to the world. Greetings from Brazil.
Por favor, coloca novamente a webcam dos glasiers, é muito lindo poder visitar esse lugar e divulgar para o mundo o descongelamento. Saudações do BRASIL.
up all night?
Where has that fantastic webcam gone of the glasiers, it was wonderful to see please bring it back
space shuttle at launch?
Best Wishes for the World Cup,smallest nation ever to make the finals.
26apr18--Reykjavík is the capital and largest city of Iceland. It is located in southwestern Iceland, on the southern shore of Faxa Bay. Its latitude is 64°08' N, making it the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state. Reykjavík climate is mild enough to permit the growing of trees. ~66° is the Arctic Circle EnJoy EnJoy