Farming and Identity

Bervirkurhraun

Iceland was built as much on the experience of farms open to the Atlantic like the one above, and the one below.

Hofdabrekkaheiði

One is still farmed, but to experience Iceland you will need to see them, first, as the same farm, and lose the idea that a farm is something you own. There are no princes here.

Farming is universal. How you farm is the question, but a question you should ask of the land.

It owns you.
Once you’ve accepted that, you can get on with the real work.

What a conversation you can have!

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