Just off the shore on the Vatnses peninsula in north-west Iceland is a giant dinosaur drinking. This monolith of a sea-stack is one of Iceland's most unique and iconic works of nature. When visiting this landmark in summer, you may find yourself the subject of interest for the many Arctic tern or krias, Iceland's national bird, which can be very aggressive.
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From far above, the river systems in Iceland look like intricate patterns, weaving in and out. It's amazing to think that from the ground, these rivers are larger than life.
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An aerial view of the Icelandic Highlands in summer. The patterns in these rhyolite mountains when the snow melts can result in interesting shapes. Sometimes, the ridge-lines even look like orcas! During winter, these patterns are not able to be seen, as the mountains are completely smothered in a deep layer of snow.
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