Harpa Love in Reykjavík

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Time for a visual nostalgic flashback

In January, in the aftermaths of christmas and the beginning of a new year, Óskar and I used to go for walks in the city centre of Reykjavík every now and then – before we then had to get back to university life and reality. Now that spring is approaching and the layers of clothes are about to thin down, I find it so refreshing to look at some snowy pictures on which we’re well wrapped up in coats and scarves.
Isn’t it odd to see christmas trees in the back? Although it’s just been two months ago, it feels so extremely delayed to think about christmas decoration and fairy lights right now – at least to me.

As you might have noticed, due to our numerous outfit shoots in Reykjavík’s opera house Harpa (e.g. here and here): This grand architectural work by Danish-Icelandic artist Ólafur Elíasson down by the harbour is one of my favourite buildings in town (and: in general). With its sparkling light frames that start dancing from window to window in the dark, Harpa always looks different from inside and outside. I really look forward to going back to Reykjavík at a later date this year.

1 Comment

  1. 23/03/2017 / 23:13

    Agreed! I was blown away by the beauty of this building. I took hundreds of photos.

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