Pictures: A Reykjavik summer day
An Icelandic summerday can drag anyone out of their house, as has been visible in Reykjavik over the last few days. People have been cleaning up their gardens, playing around, hiking and baby bird are starting to fly from their nests.
Photographers from mbl.is [Iceland Monitor's syster publication in Icelandic] have been out and about photographing the yet best days of the of summer in the capital.
A small redwing looking for food in Hljómskálagarðurinn park. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Hanna Andrésdóttir
Enjoying the sun over a drink in a café by Austurvöllur is particularly popular on a warm summer day in Reykjavik. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Ómar Óskarsson
Götuleikhúsið performed in Reykjavik centre, the act inspired by a poem by Sigurður Pálsson. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Ómar Óskarsson
There's much traffic in and out of the city these days as people travel around on their summer holidays. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Ófeigur Lýðsson
This is the second and third generation of swans that reside at Bakkatjörn Lake over the summer. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Ómar Óskarsson
Icelanders have a complicated relationship with lupin flowers. They are beautiful, but very aggressive on other vegetation. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Ómar Óskarsson
Siberian Huskies on a hike. The puppies are called Krummi, Rjúpa, Þoka and Ylfa. Their mother's name is Kría. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Hanna Andrésdóttir