Askja Vulcano – 2 Lakes in a Caldera

Askja – Víti Crater lake (green) and Öskjuvatn lake (blue), Vatnajökull-Nationalpark, Cental Iceland

It’s quite a ride to get to Askja. 3 hours by car (real SUV with significant clearance required) and 40 min. walk through the caldera: Here and there a bit of snow and where it’s gone the ground is warm – so you know that you are on a vulcano. Once you reach the Viti crater what you see is breathtaking.

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Scotland – Landscape & Water

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Little Loch Broom, Scotland

This sunset at the westend of Little Loch Broom in the noth-west of Scotland was captured in July at half past nine pm. A pretty typical shot for Scottish landscape and atmosphere. The shot is a 1/100 sec, f/4.0, one aperture overexposed, ISO 100. The lens was a EF 24-70 mm f/4L IS USM at 40 mm on a Canon EOS 5DSR.

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