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Dýrafjörður
Iceland

Photographer’s Notes:

Three weeks might sound like quite a bit of time to travel in Iceland, however, the time I had ticked away much faster than I thought it would have. I really

wanted to visit the Western Fjords…  I knew I really didn’t have enough time to go there… I’ve never been one to admit defeat. Instead of spending the time I

wanted to there I just rushed through. I wanted to high somewhere high to get a good panoramic view over one of the Fjords but I just didn’t have a day to spare

to spend climbing a mountain. I found this lookout that had a rough little track running up to it. I managed to manoeuvre my motorbike up the steep track to the

top. The most exciting part of it all had to be riding up a ridge with a steep drop at either side of it.
At the top I found this view.

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Uploaded: 27/08/2012
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