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Gullfoss geysir, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Gullfoss geysir, Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

Seljalandsfoss, hard to explain… it’s magical. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Seljalandsfoss, hard to explain… it’s magical. Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

Look at that black sand beach at Vik, Iceland. It's beautiful how the colors blend in, like nature's colorless landscape are full of shadows, magic, and nuances kept for us to see from afar. Cliffs are surrounding the beach, sheltering land from the raw and powerful ocean, and the contrasts in the landscape are clear. Pure beauty of sharp shapes, clean colors and constrast, that you should come and see - it is a must.

"The black Coast of Vik during heavy rainfall" by Stefan Forster. Some people have thought the black sand was sea, and others vice versa.

Bruararfoss, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Bruararfoss, Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

Bruararfoss, Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Bruararfoss, Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

Sunset in Grundarfjörður. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Sunset in Grundarfjörður. Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

Upstream of waterfall, Kirkjufell mountain, Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Iceland in July 2012. © Miikka Järvinen

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Upstream of waterfall, Kirkjufell mountain, Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Iceland in July © Miikka Järvinen

"Throughout Iceland, cairns mark the way, over mountain passes, across the moonscape of the interior, through frequent lava wastes. . . . Cairns were sometimes called ‘bone women,’ or ‘beggar women.'” — Charles Fergus, Summer at Little Lava: A Season at the Edge of the World    ..z

The Bone Women of Iceland: Cairns

Vik, Iceland

Vik, Iceland

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