A walk on this rocky beach to see that beautiful Londrangar lava formation in Snaelfellsness Peninsula . Londrangar are home to many seabirds including the famous puffins . The hike is easy and passable for everyone . Also , be careful when walking on the rocky beach though and keep in mind that the waves in the ocean can be very dangerous . The waves by the beaches in Iceland are very unpredictable and the suctions of the sea is very powerful. Londrangar are the remains of a crater which has been eroded to its present form by the sea . The farmers in the area never made or make hay on the hill because it is said to belong to the elves living in the area 😉🙌🇮🇸
.See Day 3 🇮🇸in my highlight story. 👆🏻😉
3 77an hour ago
And off he goes leaving footprints on my heart #usmc
Puerto Rico es la isla del encanto, tierra donde nací. Visité mi isla luego de cuatro años sin verla. La realidad es qué hay muchas cosas por explorar en este mundo. Nos ahogamos en la rutina y nos olvidamos de disfrutar. Sal ! Trata una comida nueva; viaja.
4 252 hours ago
Ah Scotland, such a rugged and raw landscape. This place had amazing views around every little corner. The wind was blowing nearly all the time and it let up for a few minutes whilst we were there allowing for the lake to calm a bit to get the reflection of the Old Man of Storr.
The Sun tree ☀️ Canton of Bern, Switzerland. Photo by @Tmphoto.ch#nature
Located in Kusatsu, Japan, the Mizunomori Water Botanical Garden, also known as the Kusatsu Aquatic Botanical Garden, is a botanical garden specializing in aquatic plants and best known for its extensive lotus display. #seeqr#seeqrtravel
Photo credit: @michiyo01130312