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Jökulsarlon, Iceland by Sina Blanke

Jökulsarlon, a spectacular glacial lagoon, bordering the Vatnajökull National Park in south-eastern Iceland. Its waters are dotted with icebergs from the surrounding Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, which is part of the larger Vatnajökull Glacier

You do not have to look very hard to find waterfalls in Iceland. They are literally everywhere; while driving around the island we unexpectedly ran into amazing waterfalls we didn’t even know were going to be there. Check out 15 of the BEST waterfalls in Iceland!

You do not have to look very hard to find waterfalls in Iceland. They are literally everywhere; while driving around the island we unexpectedly ran into amazing waterfalls we didn’t even know were going to be there.

Hvitserkur, also known as the Stone Rhino is one of the most important attractions of the Vatnsnes peninsula in the western part of the bay Húnaflói, West Iceland

Hvitserkur, also known as the Stone Rhino is an attraction of the Vatnsnes peninsula in the western part of the bay Húnaflói, West Iceland. The photographer Vincent Bourrut calls this shot "Troll Attack.

Iceland Travel - Discover the magnificent Jokulsarlon beach Iceland also known as Diamond Beach because the icebergs wash up on the black sand beach and sparkle like diamonds! Many photos in the article and info to plan your visit : https://www.zigzagonearth.com/jokulsarlon-iceberg-beach-iceland/ | Iceland Travel Tips | Iceland scenery | Iceland Itinerary | things to do in Iceland

Iceland Travel - Discover the magnificent Jokulsarlon beach Iceland also known as Diamond Beach because the icebergs wash up on the black sand beach and sparkle like diamonds! Many photos in the article and info to plan your visit :Iceland Travel Tips

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At first glance this photo by Andre Ermolaev looks like a twisting abstract painting, but in reality is one of the aerial photos of rivers flowing through Iceland’s endless beds of volcanic ash. This is just a river, just a volcano, just our planet.