It’s hard to imagine that it isn’t part of the story of the abandoned houses in each of the two images above.
Iceland is not wild. That’s the point. These reindeer in the East were introduced. In keeping with the gesture, they do prefer farmer’s fields over mountain heights.
I think that means that farms are wild in Iceland: not yet domesticated. Let it remain so.
… and when to leave it at home.
No tractors at rush hour on workdays.
The modern farm is in the shadow of the mountains. The old one is in the sun.
Technology Is Not Neutral
The old one was farmed by hand.
When it comes to such elusive schools, the Icelandic way is to throw every available technology at it and see what sticks.
In truth, a lot does!
Or is that world between houses?
That’s an elf house on the left and a human house on the right. Note that the fence does not divide them. All is right with the world!