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Atlantic Puffins in Látrabjarg - Iceland

Puffins are any of three small species of alcids in the bird genus Fratercula with a brightly coloured beak during the breeding season. These are pelagic seabirds that feed primarily by diving in the water.

Ian Plant | Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica)

Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) photo by Ian Plant

Pure nature and PUFFINS abound in ICELAND. Spectacular Látrabjarg Cliffs, is Europe’s largest sea cliff rookery. Atlantic Puffins feel so safe at Látrabjarg Cliffs, in the West Fjords on the continent’s edge, they allow a very close approach. And, you can drive there off Iceland’s famed Ring Road! See article for details. http://www.examiner.com/article/see-iceland-s-puffins-on-spectacular-sea-cliffs

Pure nature and PUFFINS abound in ICELAND. Spectacular Látrabjarg Cliffs, is Europe’s largest sea cliff rookery. Atlantic Puffins feel so safe at Látrabjarg Cliffs, in the West Fjords on the continent’s edge, they allow a very close approach.

Lupins Fields, Iceland

This is a photograph of the town of Vik in Southern Iceland. The scene shows a field of Lupins that are characteristic of this part of Iceland. They were in full bloom when I was there.

Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach.  Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some 70km (43 mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!

Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach. Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!

Lupins Fields, Iceland

This is a photograph of the town of Vik in Southern Iceland. The scene shows a field of Lupins that are characteristic of this part of Iceland. They were in full bloom when I was there.