Below Mýrdalsjökull
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Layers of ash, moss and in the background the ice of Mýrdalsjökull! The view into the river valley was simply breathtakingly beautiful. The black steep wall on the left, which makes various layers of ash visible and simply swallowed any … read more or write a comment …

View into the valley
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In the highlands of Iceland there are interlaced river valleys that run between the various ridges. Down to the river banks the black of the lava slopes and at the same time the moss, which can already be seen at … read more or write a comment …

Moss lines on the ridge
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On this ridge, the moss was applied in lines as if a model maker had draped it. I just wondered how such evenly arranged courses could be created in nature, but obviously the water flows down the mountainside in evenly … read more or write a comment …

Rhyolite & Mosses
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The first day in the highlands of Iceland took us to a beautiful geothermal area with vast expanses of rhyolite and moss. This is Iceland! Only here you can find rhyolite and moss so close together, only here the moss … read more or write a comment …

Næfurholtsfjöll
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This unimpressive mountain range lies in front of the well-known, legendary volcano Hekla. You can see above the moss-covered Næfurholtsfjöll still just below the clouds the partly with snow and ice covered cap of the volcano. For me, the erosion … read more or write a comment …