Yellow Lighthouses, Reykjavik Port, Iceland.

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While we were waiting for the bus to take us back to our cruise ship, I noticed some bright yellow lighthouses, these were the Reykjavík Norðurgarði (north mole) and Reykjavík Ingólfsgarði (south mole) lights at the end of the breakwaters for the main harbor of Reykjavik. They are small square corrugated iron structures that are painted yellow.  As I took my photos, a fishing boat left the harbour, so I was quite happy that I got both, lighthouses and boat, for my ‘Lighthouse Category’

March 2018

8 Replies to “Yellow Lighthouses, Reykjavik Port, Iceland.”

  1. Mole??! Wonder why they called the lighthouses.. mole…. they are all bright and cheerful! Nice boat! But I can’t even begin to imagine how cold the fishing day was….

    1. I’m not sue why they call them moles, but they do in Australia as well, maybe just another word for light. I suppose they get use to the cold, but i’m not sue I could, but I hate rain more than cold, so I might be able to 🙂

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