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Pictures from Iceland
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 View from my hotel room in Reykjavik Ancient rocks and reflections, Snæfellsness peninsula shore Sun setting over Snæfellsness Sod house in path of Eyjafjallajökull eruption, 2010 Snæfellsjökull volcano topped with glacier
On the line above, two pictures each are from Extreme Iceland and Guide to Iceland.
 Sparkling river, some of the few remaining native trees Our tour group and photos of Gullfoss Gullfoss - Golden Waterfall Map of thermal area - mud pots, geysers (an Icelandic word!) Weird black lava formations, central Iceland
 Remains of volcanic cones on Lake Myvatn Going to the Great Rift, Iceland Reflections in Akureyri Fjord Our whale-watching boat All suited up for whale-watching and fishing in the fjord
 Our fearless leader, Runar Thoraldson Lava fields and crater lakes Walking down the rift between the Atlantic and Eurasian plates Site of the world's first parliament, Thingvallir Our leader's beautiful home; he built it himself
 Geysers (geysir) in the rain Beautiful Icelandic girls dressed for July weather Spectacular Selfoss chasm Cliffs along SE coast, near lava flows from Eyjafjallajökull Misty Seljalandsfoss near south coast
 Rock stacks and black sand beach, SE Iceland -- windy day Toasting with Aquavit at the base of a glacier Closeup of the glacier -- bright blue under the dirt View from cliff of village on the South Coast Wildflowers -- blue lupines planted to retard erosion of lava fields
 Spectacular flowers in a greenhouse Our intrepid rafters brave the rapids -- Joan and I watched from the bridge The famous Blue Lagoon Trying on medieval clothing at Reykjavik National Museum Viking armor, Reykjavik city museum
 Children's banners supporting equality for women View of Reykjavik from round tower; Snaefellsness peninsula in the distance
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Jan 17, 2017 16:08 GMT
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