This is the separation of the North American and European Tectonic plates… It’s a lovely walk and Waterfall!
This is the first stop on the Golden Circle tour that leaves from Reykjavik, Iceland. The separation in the basalt is split between the North American and European tectonic plates. The right side is North America and the left is Europe. It’s a fun and easy hike to this location. We were there at around 11pm and were the only people there!
Also, a few notes for those that bother to read my little outpost on the internet. I’ll be making some changes in how and when I post. For the past few months I’ve been posting images from my daily photo project(changes are coming to that as well!) that I have been doing for the past 3 or so years.
Any changes that I’ve been pondering have been placed on hold until I get my hard drive with all the Raw Files back from The Data Rescue Center. Just as I was getting ready to back up my external hard drive that contained all the Raw Files from my trip to Iceland I dropped it from my desk to the carpeted floor in my office, picked it up and plugged it in and all I heard was click,click, click…. Wouldn’t load. Tried to access it with recovery software and nothing. So the Data Rescue Center has it now and has determined that the drive head is broken, so they’ll have to transfer my drive parts to a good drive head and hopefully be able to clone the data onto a new drive. Fingers crossed and should know in a few days.
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