At the Intersection of Tradition and Tourism

  On a cold, autumn afternoon, across the pastoral landscape of Iceland’s Kolbeinsdalur valley, you can hear a gentle-rumbling that originates over a fog-laden hill. Breaking through the fog is a large herd of Icelandic horses, guided by wranglers. Today is the annual smala hrossum (the gathering) of the herds from their summer pastures which … Continue reading At the Intersection of Tradition and Tourism