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The Reynisdrangar rock formations are basalt sea stacks situated near the most southern village of Iceland called Vik i Myrdal. The formations shoot dramatically out of the ocean under the looming cliffs of Mt. Reynisfjall, resulting in a beautiful site. The rocks were one of the filming locations of the Game of Thrones and are an iconic location well known by many landscape photographers familiar with Iceland.
The picture was taken from the Dyrholaey cliffs, a few kilometres west of Vik. Most pictures taken from this location include a beautiful basalt column in the foreground. However, I preferred to …
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