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Tracie Dial
Tracie Dial • 2 years ago

Hengifoss (Hanging Falls) is a spectacular 120m waterfall set in a magnificent gorge. The red stripes in the basalt and sandstone rock are fossil layers. It is located in Fljótsdalur in Eastern Iceland. November 2011.

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