For being photographers, we really didn't take that many pictures. Engrossed in the culture, the scenery and ultimately each other and the greatness of God for blessing us with this trip really kept us from our cameras. Which, honestly, was perfectly fine with us. :)
We spent most of our time in this lovely country exploring, hiking and eating pizza. We loved being able to come "home" to our Jeep or our Airbnbs and enjoyed camping underneath the beautiful Skogafoss waterfall.
This was such an amazing trip. The sights, the sounds, the food (they're obsessed with hot dogs!) and, naturally, the coffee. It was unforgettable. Absolutely astounding.
Being married is the most wonderful adventure. And we're only two months in. I am so incredibly and undeniably thankful for the love, care and attention that Leighton shows me. One of my favorite moments on this honeymoon was when we were out on a picnic table near the waterfall, covered in the shadows of the freezing night and making our dinner over our mini, portable stove. As Leighton kept me warm and safe from the fire, I looked at him and said, "Wow, you really want to take care of me, don't you?" And he replied "That's all I want to do."
And even as I type this, as silly as that situation seems, to feel cared for, appreciated and celebrated by someone who's love comes from the greatest Love is the most wonderful and humbling experience. Leighton and me, married, is exactly where we're supposed to be.