How about this for a warm anecdotal yarn: hearty woolens have been knit in Iceland since the sixteenth century, so when our friend Emily, a photographer, packed up to visit the island, she felt it only fitting to bring our easy-traveling, knit Viewpoint Sweater along. (We joked it was a homecoming of sorts.) Emily shared with us some of the amazing sites she took in, from a quietly cozy fishing village to fog rolling in across an island bridge.
Photography by Emily Anderson
Clockwise from top: Our Viewpoint Sweater out for a spin in Iceland; a home in the tiny fishing village of Eyrarbakki; Jökulsárlón, Iceland’s famous glacier lagoon; crossing the bridge into the West Fjords peninsula; cliffside on the southeastern corner of the island.