Baldur Bjarnason

... works as a web developer in Hveragerði, Iceland, and writes about the web, digital publishing, and web/product development

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Here we get to the problem. The pictures I personally liked the most were pictures everybody else skipped over. Like these two pictures, to me, say “Hverfisgata, before it was destroyed to serve tourism”. They evoke a time when it was a street of purpose, if scruffy

An entrance to a “kaffistofa” as the sign above the door says. This is the opposite of a café. A place where coffee is a utilitarian beverage.A picture of the display window of the used book store in Hverfisgata. The owner has hung a series of prints with captions on a clothesline.