Flatey is the largest island in Breiđafjörđur. It has been occupied since earliest times.
Once a monastery stood here but now a collection of brightly coloured 19th century wooden
houses cluster around the harbour on its northern shore. The island has a rich and diverse plant
life which attracts many thousands of birds during the breeding season. Much of the island is
set aside as a nature reserve at this time.
Camera: Nikon D2X | Lens: 17-55mm | Exposure: 1/160s | Aperture: F/6.3 | ISO 200