Collecting hearts in Icelandic nature
Ásta Henriksen teaches English at the Icelandic School of Commerce in Reykjavik and has an unusual hobby - she collects hearts.
Her hearts are not made of flesh and blood however, but are heart formed shapes found in nature, caught on camera.
"This started around ten years ago," she explains to Morgunblaðið, "When I found a heart at the beach in Héðinsfjörður. At the time I wasn't particularly thinking about it, but when I started more hiking trips around Iceland I kept spotting hearts everywhere."
Henriksen now has over 300 photographs of different "hearts" and says that often beauty is found in the smallest of things.
"It's important to give yourself time to enjoy things instead of always being in a hurry. That's when a new world opens up. I walked into such a world when I began looking at Icelandic nature in a different way."