Selandjafoss waterfall by YiannisPavlis

A photograph of Selandjafoss waterfall in Iceland. Note the people off on the lower right just behind the falls to give you a perspective of size.Be prepare to get wet you and your camera ..Please Visit me on Facebook!.

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Londrangar cliffs by YiannisPavlis

Uniquely-formed remnants of ancient basalt volcanic dikes sticking out from the sea.

Londrangar and the hill Svalthufa are the remains of a crater, which has been eroded to its present form by the sea.

The farmers in the area never made or make hay on the hill, because it is said to belong to the elves living in the area.the locations is almost always extremely windy ,that you want to secure your tripod really good and hung your camera bag underneath and still hold the camera belt ( i lost a camera from wind in Greece ) .Please Visit me on Facebook!..

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New Horizons by sigurdurfbjarnason

Fortuneteller lake ( isl Spákonuvatn ) South west Iceland, the area is active volcanic area been sleeping for few hundred years now, but could go off any time. Popular hiking grounds of the locals from the Reykjavik Icelands Capital nearby.

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Godafoss waterfall before the midnight by YiannisPavlis

The well known Godafoss waterfall (Icelandic: waterfall of the gods ) ,i was there an hour before the midnight and i choose to shoot from The west side even if it seemed to yield fewer views but at this time the light was better .To my opinion in Iceland the summer the best time to shoot is after 11 pm ,there are no tourist around at all ,and you my get better light . Please Visit me on Facebook! .

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Reynisfjara Beach and “Eagle rock” basalt column by YiannisPavlis

Dyrhólaey, South Iceland Arnardrangur Reynisfjara Beach a typical rainy day back in June .Please Visit me on Facebook!.

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Icelandic Twilight by sigurdurfbjarnason

I shot this image this summer in Snæfellsnes South West Iceland, it was such a beautiful night. I had to wade a swamp for about 2 miles to get to the right location, and it was well worth the time spent 🙂

Snæfellsjökull is a 700,000-year-old stratovolcano with a glacier covering its summit in western Iceland. The name of the mountain is actually Snæfell, but it is normally called “Snæfellsjökull” to distinguish it from two other mountains with this name. It is situated on the most western part of the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland. Sometimes it may be seen from the city of Reykjavík over the bay of Faxaflói, at a distance of 120 km.

The mountain is one of the most famous sites of Iceland, primarily due to the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864) by Jules Verne, in which the protagonists find the entrance to a passage leading to the center of the earth on Snæfellsjökull.

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