Þorvaldseyri séð til norðurs, Eyjafjallajökull, Rangárþing eystra áður Austur-Eyjafjallahreppur / Thorvaldseyri viewing north, Eyjafjallajokull in background, Rangarthing eystra former Austur-Eyjafjallahreppur
Sámsstaðir séð til austurs, Rangárþing eystra áður Fljótshlíðarhreppur. Mýrdalsjökull og Eyjafjallajökull / Samsstadir viewing east, Rangarthing eystra former Fljotshlidarhreppur. Myrdalsjokull and Eyjafjallajokull glaciers in background.
Ketildalir,  Arnarfjörður, Hvestudalur - ljós sandur lengst t.v. - Vaðall. Vesturbyggð former Ketildalahreppur,  / Ketildalir mountains in Arnarfjordur. Hvestudalur light sand - Vadall in far left background. Vesturbyggd former Ketildalahreppur.
Útreiðar nálægt Tjörn, Svarfaðardalshreppur\nRiders near Tjorn, Svarfadardalshreppur south of Dalvik
Þórshöfn / Thorshofn
Frá Ósvör hja Bolungarvík, Hólshreppur\nFrom the site Osvor, reconstructed fishermens houses  near Bolungarvik
Fimmvörðuháls - Eyjafjallajökull / Fimmvorduhals - Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption  which started March 20 th 2010 photographed March 26th. Eruption may last for quite some time to come and in due course trigger flod and lava stream that can isolate parts of Thorsmork national park at the foot of the glacier. Site in foreground: Hvannargil. Christopher Lund photograhing.
Arnarstapi séð til norðurs, Stapafell og Snæfellsjökull,  Snæfellsbær áður Breiðuvíkurheppur / Arnarstapi viewing north, mount Stapafell and Snaefellsjokull, Snaefellsbaer former Breiduvikurhreppur.
Hverfjall (Hverfell) séð til suðurs, Skútustaðahreppur / Hverfjall explosion crater viewing south, Skutustadahreppur.
Ísafjörður séð til suðurs / Isafjordur viwing south
Skaftá, Ýtri-Dalbær,  Eldmessutangi og Systrastapi í bakgrunni séð til austurs. Skaftárhreppur áður Kirkjubæjarhreppur / Skafta, Ytri-Dalbaer, Eldmessutangi and Systrastapi in background - viewing east. Skaftarhreppur former Kirkjubaejarhreppur.
Fimmvörðuháls Eyjafjallajökull / Fimmvorduhals - Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption which started March 20 th 2010 photographed March 26th. Eruption may last for quite some time to come and in due course trigger flod and lava stream that can isolate parts of Thorsmork national park at the foot of the glacier.
Grímsvötn. Vatnajökull, Eldgos á fyrsta degi. Hálendið \n\nGrimsvotn coming from underneath Vatnajokull glacier.
Vigur séð til norðurs, Ísafjarðardjúp, Súðavíkurhreppur / Vigur viewing north, Isafjardardjup, Sudavikurhreppur

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