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Drone Ventures on Instagram: “Gorgeous drone shot of the Hnausapollur Crater Lake in the Fjallabak Nature Preserve in Reykjavik, Iceland by @bensofbrooklyn”

Rio de Janeiro, #Brazil.  Travel the world with us and earn the commission on the first #Travel APP that pays!  www.myfunlife2.com/?src=pn

Rio de Janeiro, #Brazil. Travel the world with us and earn the commission on the first #Travel APP that pays! www.myfunlife2.com/?src=pn

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Black sand beach in Iceland

Black sand beach in Iceland

 @johnkernickphotography Hornstrandir in the north West of Iceland, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. We were hoping to see Foxes here, they some how manage to clamber down after birds and their eggs, a dangerous way to get food.  #Iceland #hornstrandir #johnkernickphotography

@johnkernickphotography Hornstrandir in the north West of Iceland, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. We were hoping to see Foxes here, they some how manage to clamber down after birds and their eggs, a dangerous way to get food. #Iceland #hornstrandir #johnkernickphotography

Mark Jenkins climbs an overhanging wall into a dark ice chimney inside the Langjokull Glacier,. The black striations are layers of volcanic ash deposited over centuries of eruptions.

Mark Jenkins climbs an overhanging wall into a dark ice chimney inside the Langjokull Glacier,. The black striations are layers of volcanic ash deposited over centuries of eruptions.

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon - Iceland Pic @ChrisBurkard

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon - Iceland Pic @ChrisBurkard

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

The Háifoss Waterfall in Iceland

The Háifoss Waterfall in Iceland

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