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Jökulsárlón, Iceland by Emma Hall |  Unsplash

A free high-resolution photo of cloud, mountain, sky, water and sea by Emma Hall, taken in Iceland with an Canon Canon EOS

Inside Iceland's crystal cave: Mesmerising snaps reveal ripples of emerald blue ice mixed with volcanic ash under magical glacier Breidamerkurjokull | Daily Mail

Photographer captures mesmerising images of magical ice cavern

An ice walk through Iceland’s Crystal Caves photography by Nicolas Brousse

VEGSIVIR A Vegvísir (Icelandic 'sign post') is an Icelandic magical stave intended to help the bearer find their way through rough weather. The symbol is attested in t...

VEGSIVIR A Vegvísir (Icelandic 'sign post') is an Icelandic magical stave intended to help the bearer find their way through rough weather. The symbol is attested in t.

Want to see this someday.

Insiders' guide to the northern lights

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often e

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Mazzy: "Look at that baby penguin!" Me: "It looks like a penguin but it's actually a bird called a Puffin." Mazzy: "A puffin bird?" Me: "Yep.

Selkie , human-like sea creature who can leave his seal-like skin when walking on the earth. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Seal Woman: a fairy-tale

megarah-moon: “ “The Selkie” by Jessica Shirley Selkie is simply the Orcadian dialect word for “seal”. So, selkies are a very common sight across Orkney. Heads bobbing above the waves, they are often.

Northern Lights | The Northern Lights are proving to be an evermore popular destination ...

It's on my bucket list to see the Aurora Borealis. I'm sure the pictures don't even do its beauty justice.- by Cris Figueired♥

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