Iceland

Just below the Arctic Circle it's a land of stark landscapes, and
has a terrible beauty all its own. Volcanoes with names impossible to
pronounce, lava flows everywhere, the biggest glacier in Europe, and only
350,000 souls hardy enough to call it home.

My wife LEA got these photographs we think are worthy of your consideration.

Ash Stripes on Icebergs

Ash Stripes on Icebergs

The black stripes are from ash laid down in volcanic eruptions. The water is a lake. The glacier does not go to the sea

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  • The black stripes are from ash laid down in volcanic eruptions. The water is a lake.  The glacier does not go to the seaThe black stripes are from ash laid down in volcanic eruptions. The water is a lake.  The glacier does not go to the sea
  • On the south coast not far from the glacierOn the south coast not far from the glacier
  • In the background is the glacier which covers a great deal of the interior of the islandIn the background is the glacier which covers a great deal of the interior of the island
  • The jagged edge of a sea of iceThe jagged edge of a sea of ice
  • There are waterfalls everywhere in IcelandThere are waterfalls everywhere in Iceland
  • Just off Highway 1 on the south coastJust off Highway 1 on the south coast