I'll be honest, I spent most of the rest of that day just enjoying my driving in the fjords and not taking pictures, but did stop a few times...
For example, coming back through Reyðarfjörður, we stopped at the Iceland in WWII Museum. Reyðarfjörður was a substantial Allied base for defending convoy operations. Some of the base is still here, and is now used for the museum
Fáskrúðsfjörður was a nice, pleasant little fjord town that had one notable feature that jumped out to my eyes: It was settled primarily by French fisherman, and in recognition of this, the street signs are bilingual.
I actually learned a few Icelandic words from these signs, since my French comprehension is pretty good.
At the mouth of Fáskrúðsfjörður is a boarded up and semi-derelict farm, with a nice view of the island Skrúður.
Maybe I should put in an offer?
Looking across Berufjörður towards Djúpivogur (which you can't quite make out)