Iceland and Northern Isles  
Ísafjörđur  
Having sailed overnight we arrived at Isafjordur, the largest of all the harbours located in Iceland’s Westfjords region - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
The harbour is flanked on three sides by towering mountains - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
The harbour is home to a small Maritime Museum - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow

 This house located next to the Museum was once used by the Danish Consul - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow 

Fishing is the main industry in Isafjordur which is the only town of any size on the peninsula - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
With the low cloud obscuring the mountain tops and in flurries of snow a brief visit was made to the forest at Skutulsfjordur  - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
it was acknowledged that by European standards the trees would be considered diminutive and the forest somewhat insignificant - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
Back on the coach we doubled back to drive through the long tunnel which has replaced the narrow coastal road leading to Bolungarvik - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
Due to the unstable terrain it is prohibited to approach this pretty little lighthouse on foot and the image was taken as the coach turned round on the otherwise closed road to drop tourists at Ósvör - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
At Ósvör, a replica old Icelandic fishing station from the19th century, a costumed guide explains how the fish were caught in open boats and processed in the turf-roofed buildings along the shore - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
The little church was built on raised ground to give protection from avalanches - VIDEO CAPTURES Malcolm McCrow
Iceland and Northern Isles

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