Picture one is Domkirkja Church in downtown Reykjavik. Nearby is the Reykjavik 871 +/- 2 museum, shown in pictures two and three.
It is a recently constructed exhibit after workers beginning to put up a new building discoverd walls that used debris from a major
volcanic eruption from the Torfajokull volcano that can be dated back to around 871 AD (give or take 2 years).
Pictures four through six, and the top panoramic, are views of Reykjavik Harbour, with the panoramic being my other cruise ship.
Pictures seven through nine, and the panoramic below, begins the Whale Watch and Puffin Island tour.
Puffin Island is where the cute, orange-beaked birds have nested and lived for years, but due to global warming,
the population on the island has sharply reduced and many of the birds nest in the north of Iceland, so the island is overrun with lots of seagulls.