Yet another Iceland spread for Yvonne's Art Journal Journey theme of Out and About.
This time it's all about the darling horses found and bred only in Iceland.
These horses are bred in Iceland and are, for the most part, what we would consider pony sized.
Everything you might ever want to know about these horses, can be found at Horses of Iceland.
Grundarfjordur is a fishing village in western Iceland.
According to Lonely Planet:
Spectacularly set on a dramatic bay, little Grundarfjörður is backed by waterfalls and surrounded by ice-capped peaks often shrouded in cottony fog.The volcanic peninsula at Grundarfjordur is shown in the background, while the Icelandic horse takes center stage.
Materials are a used file folder, three images from three travel magazines, computer generated text, and my turquoise handmade shimmering mist.
Thanks for stopping by today as we visited Grundarfjordur and saw some of the famous Icelandic horses. I am so glad you dropped by and hope you learned something, as I did about this lovely island. Now let's head to Art Journal Journey and see more places where people have been.