Wanderlust Wednesday: Call this Bluff

June 25, 2014 | By | No Comments

hraunfoss iceland cruise
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The only thing this dramatic landscape has to prove is that its worth the visit. Known as the “Lava Falls,” these tiny waterfalls in Hraunfoss, Iceland, are the result of subterranean water seeping through lava and make for one of the country’s most iconic landmarks. We thank Cruise Critic member BORDER REIVER for submitting this photo, taken during a cruise excursion from Reykjavik.
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