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Stóri Dímon and Eyafjallajökull

Stóri Dímon and Eyafjallajökull
Markarfljót valley and western side of Eyafjallajökull seen from the Ring Road. Stóri Dímon is the rock in the middle.

Alexander Prolygin, Erhard Bernstein, Fred Fouarge, Tomas K☼h☼ut and 3 other people have particularly liked this photo


12 comments - The latest ones
 LutzP
LutzP club
Tolle Stimmung!
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to LutzP club
Wir hatten total Glück, oft hängt hier die Suppe drin und man sieht nichts von den Vulkanen...
6 years ago.
 Dave Hilditch
Dave Hilditch
A beautifully cropped image with a dramatic sky.
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Dave Hilditch
Thanks a lot, Dave! The best thing about the sky was that you could actually see the mountain tops:-)
6 years ago.
 rdhinmn
rdhinmn club
This is a lot more than we got to see of Eyafjallajökull than we did in the brief time we were there - too cloudy, so all we got was a silvery streak off in the distance. Excellent shot.
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to rdhinmn club
Many thanks, rdhinmn!
Our guide told us to have a good look because it is rare to see all the mountains- Hekla was visible too!
6 years ago.
 Tomas K☼h☼ut
Tomas K☼h☼ut
After seing your Iceland serie - I am not sure if I want to go there with bicycle. NZ was a bit tougher than northern Norway and Lofoten (what a surprise!)... but this country looks like a real challange. Bikers maturity or high school grade. Did you meet some bikers there?
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Tomas K☼h☼ut
Actually, we saw quite a few bikers, especially on the highland roads- but it is very tough! In bad weather you get rain that drenches everything. Wind can also be extreme. In fine weather there are often sand storms (ash storms) in the highlands and after long sunshine the rivers are high and fords can become impassable.
6 years ago.
 Tomas K☼h☼ut
Tomas K☼h☼ut
Sweet. ;-)
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Tomas K☼h☼ut
Icelanders are a tough lot- it's in their genetic makeup- but they prefer superjeeps to bikes;-)
6 years ago.
 Fred Fouarge
Fred Fouarge club
mooi weer stemming
2 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Fred Fouarge club
Vielen Dank, Fred! Bedeckt, aber gute Sicht:-)
2 years ago.

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