Sunday, January 11, 2009

Above: The Goðafoss waterfall in the Mývatn district of north-central Iceland.

Above: Lava pillars at Höfði around Lake Mývatn.

Above: Icelandic sheep. The breed was brought to Iceland by the Vikings 1100-1200 years ago.

Above: Skaftafell National Park covered in clouds in southern Iceland.

Above: The Svartifoss waterfall in Skaftafell National Park. The waterfall is surrounded by hexagonal pillars of basalt created by cooling volcanic lava.

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