A 3 minute long-exposure photo taken at dusk of Hallgrímskirkja which is the main church in Reykjavik and the tallest building in Iceland.
It's a Lutheran church that was designed in 1937 by local architect Guðjón Samúelsson but construction wasn't completed until about 40 years later.
The statue in front of the church was a gift from the USA in 1930 and is of the Icelandic explorer Leif Eriksson - the man now believed to have been the first European to arrive in North America around 500 years before Columbus and for introducing Christianity to Iceland.
For those of you who may be interested in architecture here's a link to another famous church that was designed by Samúelsson, this time in Copenhagen. You can see that he had a very distinctive architectural style:
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16 mm (35mm equiv.)