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    Námafjall, Iceland. Has anyone been to Iceland? Why are we not all dying to see this mysterious place?

  • Kelly A

    The sun rises over a field of solfataras (sulfurous mud springs) at the geothermal site of Námafjall, Iceland. Photo submitted by Joshua Holko. For more spectacular Iceland shots from National Geographic fans go here: http://on.natgeo.com/OaXJ07 (courtesy National Geographic Traveler)

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