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Northern lights over Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar)
Northern lights over Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Sunrise at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöld
Sunrise at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöld The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
The first sunrays in the moss at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hraun
The first sunrays in the moss at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hraun The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Highlands of Grindarskörð with crater Miðbolla in the backgro
Highlands of Grindarskörð with crater Miðbolla in the backgro Grindarskörð is a pass within Iceland and is nearby to Bollinn, Kistufell and Brennisteinsfjöll. Grindarskörð is also close to Kerlingarskarð. Grindarskörð has an elevation of 415 metres.
Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve.
Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve. Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve. The Fjallabak region takes its name from the numerous wild and rugged mountains with deeply incised valleys, which are found there. The topography of the Torfajökull, central volcano found within the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, is a direct result of the region being the largest rhyolite (liparite) area in Iceland and the largest geothermal area (after Grímsvötn in Vatnajökul). The Torfajökul central volcano is an active volcanic system, but is now in a declining fumarolic stage as exemplified by numerous fumaroles and hot springs. The hot pools at Landmannalaugar are but one of many manifestations of geothermal activity in the area, which also tends to alter the minerals in the rocks, causing the beautiful colour variations from red and yellow to blue and green, a good example being Brennisteinsalda. Geologists believe that the Torfajökull central volcano is a caldera, the rim being Háalda, Sudurnámur, Nordur Barmur, Torfajökull, Kaldaklofsfjöll and Ljósártungur.
Road to Highlands of Gæsavötn in wintertime
Road to Highlands of Gæsavötn in wintertime Road to Gæsavötn, Highlands of Iceland in winter time
Göngubrún mountain
Göngubrún mountain Göngubrún Mountain on the South side of Tungnafellsjökull Glacier in the Highlands of Iceland
Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve.
Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve. Grænihryggur (Green Backbone) - Fjallabak Nature Reserve. The Fjallabak region takes its name from the numerous wild and rugged mountains with deeply incised valleys, which are found there. The topography of the Torfajökull, central volcano found within the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, is a direct result of the region being the largest rhyolite (liparite) area in Iceland and the largest geothermal area (after Grímsvötn in Vatnajökul). The Torfajökul central volcano is an active volcanic system, but is now in a declining fumarolic stage as exemplified by numerous fumaroles and hot springs. The hot pools at Landmannalaugar are but one of many manifestations of geothermal activity in the area, which also tends to alter the minerals in the rocks, causing the beautiful colour variations from red and yellow to blue and green, a good example being Brennisteinsalda. Geologists believe that the Torfajökull central volcano is a caldera, the rim being Háalda, Sudurnámur, Nordur Barmur, Torfajökull, Kaldaklofsfjöll and Ljósártungur.