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Iceland: Water, Water, Everywhere

Thanks to Eyjafjallajökull, it is now common knowledge that Iceland is laden with volcanoes. The second thing that in abundance is less obvious: water. The country is an island after all. Given its combination of unique geographical gifts (perched on a hotspot, on top of the American and Eurasian continental plates, way way up in the North), Iceland can be quite a hotbed of earth-porn, so to speak.

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The glacial lake of Jökulsárlón
The glistening Jökulsárlón

For a girl who grew up tropically-oriented, to be lost in a Land of Ice is nothing short of magical.
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