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The rugged shoreline of a remote Icelandic village on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

© Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim Arnastapi Iceland This white house sits below the the looming volcano in the background. The rugged shoreline of Iceland is once again on show in this remote village on Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

Hornbjarg cliffs, western Iceland - 1,457 feet, 10km from the Arctic Circle.  Photogragher brum d

Hornbjarg cliffs, western Iceland - feet, from the Arctic Circle. Photogragher: brum d

Sea Cliffs – Vik, Iceland

Sea Cliffs - Vik, Iceland

“ Sea Cliffs - Vik, Iceland ” Shots of Puffins to come……. Shot with Nikon + Nikon

Lake viti, Askja, Iceland. Photo by nasone on Flickr

Askja is a caldera situated in a remote part of the central highlands of Iceland. The name Askja refers to a complex of nested calderas within the surrounding Dyngjufjöll mountains, which rise to m, askja meaning box or caldera in Icelandic


Hvitserkur, an animal shaped petrified lava-rock formation in the north of Iceland (Island), pictured on a glorious summer sunrise

Strokkur geyser, Arnessysla, Iceland.  Photo: Rob Kroenert via Flickr

Geiseres en Strokkur dentro del parque nacional de Thingvellir, Island After highschool is this my destination

Ben Smethers photography     |  Vik, 2010  | Iceland   2010

Iceland: Church A remote church near a town called Vik, Iceland. It is part of the National Church of Iceland, as are most of the churches, which is a Lutheran branch of Christianity. Covered by ash in the 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull.