A heavy Norwegian stone carried by the fisherman Eidis Hansen.
A large plinth sits next to a road awaiting its saddle stone to be balanced on top.
A Saxon boundary stone that was once lifted by Willie Carr, "Hercules of the north".
At the end of a stone grave in the ruins of a church sits the Barevan Stone. But why is it there?
On the black beaches surrounding Dritvík there lies a ship wreck and four stones reminding us of the area's past as a fishing station.
This ancient test of loading the stone on the plinth was revived in 2011 when a replacement stone was found for the Pudrac plinth.