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Unterwegs auf der #645 am Bjarnarfjörður in der Nähe von Bæjarhals in den Westfjorden.

On the way on road #645 at Bjarnarfjörður near Bæjarhals in the West Fjords.

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Sinterablagerungen im Geothermalgebiet Haukadalur in Südisland.

Sinter deposits in the geothermal area of Haukadalur in southern Iceland.

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Alaska Lupinen (Lupinus nootkatensis Sims) heißen in isländisch alaskalúpína.

Nootka lupine (Lupinus nootkatensis Sims) is called in icelandic alaskalúpína.

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Die Hallig Hooge (Dansk: Hoge, Friesisch: Huuge) is located in Nordfriesland in Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany. It’s a small island off the North Sea coast - the 2nd-largest of the 10 Halligen in the Wadden Sea, after Langeneß. It’s frequently called the Queen of the Halligen. The houses on the island are built on 10 Warften.

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An der #85 ziehen dichte Wolken über die Gipfeln vom Hermundarfell und Flautafell im Nordosten von Island.

At the #85, heavy clouds rise above the peaks of Hermundarfell and Flautafell in the north-east of Iceland.

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Vulkanasche bedeckt die Eisberge in der Gletscherlagune Jökulsárlón an Islands Südküste. 

Volcanic ash covers the icebergs in the glacier lagoon Jökulsárlón on Iceland’s south coast.

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