Iceland landscape photos

Photos from my trip to western Iceland in July 2012.
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Billy Idol pose, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Rutshellir, house of the elves, trolls, huldufolk or just sheep. Not sure about the original inhabitants. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Ice berg shrapnels, burgy bits, gorwlers…  whatever, Jökullsarlon, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Bruararfoss, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Horzees, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Sheep at Skogafoss, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Gullfoss geysir, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Seljalandsfoss, hard to explain… it’s magical. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Gullfoss geysir, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Bruararfoss, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Tidal waves at Jökullsarlon, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Waves at Jökullsarlon, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Seljalandsfoss, hard to explain… it’s magical. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
Ice berg shrapnels, burgy bits, gorwlers…  whatever, Jökullsarlon, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen
“Whattayoulookingat?” Mountaineering in Berlin Zoo. © Miikka Järvinen
Deer at Grand Canyon South rim, Arizona, US. Photo (c) Miikka Järvinen, from gallery http://miikkajarvinen.wordpress.com/2014/02/18/grand-canyon-arizona/
Bark spider on the web. Balule Nature Reserve, South Africa.  (c) Miikka Järvinen, from my gallery South African Wildlife http://miikkajarvinen.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/south-african-wildlife/
Southern yellow-billed hornbill (Tockus leucomelas), Kruger National Park, South Africa.  (c) Miikka Järvinen, from my gallery South African Wildlife http://miikkajarvinen.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/south-african-wildlife/
Southern ground hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri), Kruger National Park, South Africa. (c) Miikka Järvinen, from my gallery South African Wildlife http://miikkajarvinen.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/south-african-wildlife/
Boomslang (Dispholidus typus), a venomous), a highly venomous snake living in the trees in sub-Saharan Africa. It can open it’s mouth 170 degrees wide. Captured in Balule Nature reserve, South Africa.  (c) Miikka Järvinen, from my gallery South African Wildlife http://miikkajarvinen.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/south-african-wildlife/
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