According to linguist guides for older languages, “þ” is like “thorn” or “think”, using the unvoiced “th” sound, while “ð” is like “these” or “other”, using the voiced “th” sound. Is this true for icelandic?
Hallgrímskirkja Church in Reykjavik, modeled after volcanic basalt columns. This church and Sagrada Família in Barcelona, both of which were inspired by nature, are the two coolest churches I’ve seen architecturally.
That’s the view of downtown Reykjavik you get from the church’s observation tower. It does not disappoint. So many colors. 🎨
Finished this pendant of an ægishjálmur (helm of awe) with a wolf cross this evening. And I’m rather pleased with the finished pendant, the stitching could have been a bit better, but other than that I’m satisfied!