A water slide in Akureyri peaks over the fence
One of the main public pools of Akureyri, the second largest city in Iceland
A slide and two swimmers at a pool in Blonduós
Inside a steamy indoor pool in Djúpivogur
This pool in Egilsstadir is placid and empty on a long weekend holiday.
The water slide at Hofn spied from afar
Inside the pool, an older man enjoys playing ball with some of the younger pool goers.
A view of the mountain landscape behind the pool at Hofsos
A crowded hot tub full of tourists and Icelandic countrymen relaxing and enjoying the sunny weather
A man does laps at the Hofsos pool.
A tractor awaits continued renovation of the pool at Hvolsvollur.
Inside the pool is full of determined swimmers and sunbathers
The Stykkishólmur slide shares the landscape with a similarly populist community gathering place — an Icelandic church.
The natural hot springs of Myvatn are the smaller northern counterpart to the very popular and universally recognized Blue Lagoon of Keflavík.