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Extraordinary images from Iceland, a place of fire and ice
Wed, May 07, 2014 at 09:00 AM
All photos: Roberto Iván Cano/500px
Spanish photographer Roberto Iván Cano traveled to Iceland to document the country's breathtaking natural landscapes, and this stunning collection of images is the result. Iceland's primordial-like terrain includes geothermal springs, cascading waterfalls and deep canyons.
In the photo above, volcanic vents called fumaroles bubble and steam as the sun sits low in the sky over Hveravellir, a nature reserve located in central Iceland.
The grassy view from behind a gorgeous Icelandic waterfall.
Midnight sunset over Myvatn, a shallow eutrophic lake in northern Iceland that is home to a large population of waterfowl in the summer.
A deep blue fumarole is seen in Hveravellir.
Kirkufell mountain looms behind a waterfall in the Snæfellsness peninsula.
A hiker passes by fumaroles and geothermal springs in Hveravellir.
Admiring the Dettifoss waterfall in northeast Iceland's Vatnajökull National Park.
Water crashes down the Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon of southeastern Iceland.
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