Taken in September 2014 just before a small herd of sheep wandered into view and the heavens opened.
The church at Búðir was built in 1703 but was later demolished. In 1816 the parish at Búðir was abolished but Steinunn Sveinsdóttir, one of the ladies of the parish, fought strongly for a new church but the national church rejected her request. Eventually Steinunn received royal permission to build a new, which stood ready in 1848. Between 1984 and 1986 the church was reconstructed and reconsecrated in 1987.
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