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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
Sun Rays reflection
Sun Rays reflection Sun Rays in Bjarnarfjörður - Iceland
Hagavaðall bay at Barðaströnd - Westfjord
Hagavaðall bay at Barðaströnd - Westfjord Barðaströnd, the coastline from Vatnsfjörður to the farm Siglunes. Continuous flat land with steep cliffs above and some small valleys, indented by the shallow inlet Hagavaðall, that almost dries up at low tide. Sandy and grassy, with birch–bushes, farms.
Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur - Westfjords
Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur - Westfjords Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur situated in Fossfjörður a small fjord in Suðurfirðir - Westfjords - Iceland
Gaukshöfði
Gaukshöfði Gaukshöfði, a rocky bluff by the river Þjórsá near the mouth of the Þjórsárdalur valley. In the 19th century old bones and a spearhead were found, believed to have belonged to Gaukur Trandilsson, who was killed there. His home was at Stöng in Þjórsárdalur. Excellent viewing point, especially towards Hekla.
View from Dynjandiheiði down to Dynjandisvogur and Arnarfjörð
View from Dynjandiheiði down to Dynjandisvogur and Arnarfjörð Dynjandisheiði is the mountain area south of the Dynjandi waterfalls. From there is a good view down to Dynjandisvogur and Arnarfjörður. Arnarfjörður is the second largest fjord in the Westfjords region of Iceland. It is thirty kilometres long and five to ten kilometres wide. "Arnar" is possessive of "Örn" and so was named the first settler of the fjord. The bay of Dynjandisvogur is known for the waterfall Dynjandi, which plummets over the edge of the cliff. Measuring 30 meters wide at the top and 60 meters at the bottom,