Recording of the waterfall Goðafoss on the way from Myvatn to Akureyri. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goðafoss
Recording of a typical breakfast scenario in Guesthouse Eldà in Reykjahlid. You can hear corny music, chewing noises, clattering of crockery all wrapped in the athmosphere of a home for the elderly.
Recording of my stomach & bowel parts the days after having to much beer at Skaftfell. Thanks to Richard for his company in the HI Hostel of Seyðisfjörður.
Ristarhlið before getting to Hvammstangi. Some cars driving over the Ristarhlið producing different sounds.
slowly driving over the Ristarhlið on the way back from Grettislaug on the gravel road 748. Gettislaug is a really nice natural bath – really at the end of nowhere. They already got a nice campsite there. Sorry, lots of wind on the recording.
A small village, but a huge fish festival. The day before all the streets were full of people in all ages crawling from one house to the next to get a fish-soup. On the next day the great fish festival – free fish in every way of preparation – even fish icecream! http://www.fiskidagur.muna.is
quite a lot cars going over that Ristarhlið with a nice resonance frequency. This one is located in the a geo-thermal around Mývatn on road 1 where 863 is heading to near Kaftla.
the end of a pipe where boiling waters blows out of a pipe into a blue-silver lake. possibily the recording i was really most afraid, because i was standing right above the pipe on the tremoring bursting ground. It was so loud, that i though tthe recording would clipping, so i did two: a binaural […]
a Ristarhlið in a lava field (hraun) west from Reykjahlíð / Mývatn
Here again you can hear the scratching breaks of our old Saab. This Ristarhlið can be found between Vogar and Reykjahlíð. If you get there, got off in Vogar and have break in “the cowshed“. really good food and lovely people.