Thingvellir (Continental Drift between Europe and North America)
Haimaey, Vestmannaeyjar Islands
Eldfell Volcano, Vestmannaeyjar Islands
Vik, Crashed DC-3, 1974
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Wow Sandra! I’m so pleased to have seen this images. What an exquisitely beautiful and exotic land. I hope you and yours are having a wonderful time.
Amazing land and quite dramatic!! No ice in Iceland??? Bet the Icelanders are friendly folks. Thinking of you and can’t wait to see more pictures.
Amazing Pics Sandy. You are also a great photographer. Keep em coming. I can see why Iceland is becoming a popular place to visit.
Aw so cool you looked at them!
Your pics look wonderful-even Dad is impressed. Have fun and enjoy your family. Dad & Mom
Wow! I’d heard that there was some great scenery, awesome pics!