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Selárdalur, a secluded valley in Arnarfjörður, with monuments and sculptures made by the naivist artist Samúel Jónsson. Samúel is referred to as the artist with the infantile heart. When he retired at the age of 72 in 1958, he pursued his dreams and became an artist. Mostly he created sculptures from concrete and carried the sand on his back from the shore by his farm Brautarholt. In his backyard, he amongst other things made replication of the Lions court in Alhambra from a postcard.
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Anonymous matt said...

That is really strange and interesting to study. I am really loving your site...great work.

12:09 AM  
Anonymous aj said...

very nice shot, but the shot does feel kinda strange to me too, i think its the person they dont feel real, it looks like a 3-d composite to me.

12:40 PM  
Anonymous miles said...

Awesome view, great colours, great subjects, what more could be asked?!

8:10 PM