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    14 Photos That Prove Iceland Is The Most Magical Place In The World

    Photographer Feodor Pitcairn's Primordial Landscapes reveals the breathtaking and diverse natural beauty of Iceland. Here's a peek inside.

    1. Rock and lava formations at the westernmost tip of Snæfellsnes Peninsula.

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    2. Dettifoss (Europe's most powerful waterfall) in Vatnajökull National Park.

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    3. Lake in a volcanic crater north of Lake Myvatn.

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    4. Eroding glacier flowing from the M√Ĺrdals√∂kull Ice Cap in southern Iceland.

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    5. A beinakerling (stone pile slowly built by travelers) in central northern Iceland.

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    6. Area at the edge of the Vatnajökull Ice Cap.

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    7. Steam plume from the Torfajökull volcanic system in the central southern highlands.

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    8. Volcanic-rock ridges of the Torfajökull volcanic system.

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    9. Pumice stones from an 1875 eruption of the Askja volcano in northeast Iceland.

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    10. Lake Jökulsárlón in southeastern Iceland.

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    11. Geothermal area of Mt. N√°mafjall in northeastern Iceland.

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    12. The B√°r√įarbunga volcanic system eruption, which lasted from August 2014 to January 2015.

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    13. Old farmhouse at Keldur in southern Iceland.

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    14. Northern lights above the Mt. Hekla volcano in southern Iceland.

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    Primordial Landscapes: Iceland Revealed (powerHouse Books) is available now.

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