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  • Salem Al-Mansoori

    "Photographs of Icelandic volcanoes by Marcel Musil" #volcano #iceland #photography #landscape #mountain

  • Wolfgang Weigelt

    Landmannalaugar, a National Park of Iceland

  • Logan Compton

    Rich Earth Tones. Mountain love.

  • Julia Mogerman

    This rainbow volcano in Iceland, Brennisteinsalda, is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The name Brennisteinsalda means “sulphur wave” and was inspired by the sulphur splotches that color the volcano’s sides. The other colors occur naturally: green moss growing on the surface, black and blue stains from lava and ash, and red from iron in the soil.  If it weren’t still active I’d say we relocate the studios to Iceland, yeah? XX virin: Brennisteinsalda

  • Pam Mccurdy

    This is a beautiful picture of Mother Nature at her best.

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"Hot springs and volcanoes are found just about everywhere in Iceland, but nothing compares to the wild wonderland that is Landmannalaugar (pronounced lahnd-mahn-a-loy-gahr). Halfway between the volcanoes of Laki and Mt Hekla, this polygon-shaped nature reserve encloses a mysterious landscape made from the many forms of water and lava." Iceland: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

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