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The appropriately named Graenagil in Landmannalauga

ImageGen.jpg The brightly coloured rhyolite mountain ridge of NordurbarmurThumbnailsLooking over Sveinsgil to JokulgilThe brightly coloured rhyolite mountain ridge of NordurbarmurThumbnailsLooking over Sveinsgil to JokulgilThe brightly coloured rhyolite mountain ridge of NordurbarmurThumbnailsLooking over Sveinsgil to JokulgilThe brightly coloured rhyolite mountain ridge of NordurbarmurThumbnailsLooking over Sveinsgil to Jokulgil
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The appropriately named Graenagil (literally Green Gully") in Landmannalaugar with the glacial fed Tungnaa river in the background. The various colours of the earth, which is composed of volcanic rhyolite, is caused by the abundance of minerals. Image taken on a Leica M240 camera.

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