a kind of Icelandic “Baked Alaska” ;)

a kind of Icelandic

more impressions of snow-covered Snaefellsjokull volcano at the end of West Iceland’s Snaefellsnes peninsula. This is viewed from a completely different point as the previous I posted with that little church at the bottom. I like this side of the volcano because of the incredible rock outcroppings, making this wintry scene appear like one of those infamous "Baked Alaska" meringue desserts 😉

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