Saturday, April 16, 2011

Dyrholaey, Iceland

One of two postcards from the volcanic European country of Iceland.  It shows a view over Dyrholaey, a 120 meter high headland in which a natural gate has been eroded.  The formations mark the southernmost point of Iceland.  In the background the glacier of Eyjafjallajokull can be seen.  I must say its a very breathtaking view.

Thanks Maria!


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