Hnifsdalsa Headwaters

Westfjords Iceland

Five hundred meters or so above the village of Hnifsdular, the headwaters of the river Hnifsdalsa flow from snowmelt on volcanic mountains. The mountains in this area are layered with lava layed down in eruptions that occurred every 5,000-12,000 years. We camped in this stunning area while overlooking the ocean under clear skies.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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