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Grand Prismatic
Bamboo shades
Mountain teeth
Harper Bizarre
Harmony
A Highlander reenactor at Military Through the Ages (MTA) event
The colorful buildings of Bergen, Norway from above.
Karst tower
Reflection at Mount Kirkjufell
Canadian bird
Sailboat & Birds at Key West, Florida
Lonely Stroll
Procesión
Wings of desire
A Green Tree Frog marooned on a hummingbird feeder
Farewell
Bee collecting hollyhock pollen
Lone travelor texting on I-Phone on remote jungle beach
Illusions of color
Colorado River
Pilgrimage
Karst spring
Napo River in the Amazon Rainforest
14th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Lonely Stroll

Part of the reason the southern part of Iceland is so incredible is due to geology. Iceland is a dream come true for photographers and geologists alike. The entire Dyrhólaey area is a very old and heavily eroded volcano. Combine that with a very much active volcano to the north north as well as a nearby glacier and you have terrain the likes of which few people on earth have experienced.

TAGS: Atlantic, Dusk, Iceland

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