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Petrified Trees Iceland

By Tonyd3  
These old trees are actually the remains of an old shack on the beach in the south-east of Iceland at a well known black beach formed by volcanic ash called Stokesness, the mountain is called the Vesterhorn standing at almost 450 meters high, it is a much-loved location for photographers and has been used in the game of thrones, where an Icelandic grass village has been built at the foot by the film crew. The Vesterhorn is sometimes called Batmans Cave and even when the sky is clear most likely the mountain will be cloud covered. been here several times and you always get a different image, a wide angle lens is a must here.

Thanks for the clicks comments and user awards on yesterdays images, as always I appreciate your time.
cheers
Tony



Tags: Clouds Iceland Landscape and travel

Voters: nellacphoto, Drummerdelight, VincentChristopher and 51 more

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As our tour driver explained, there are no trees in Iceland. Anything you see has been imported.
He then added ...
"What do you do if you get lost in a forest in Iceland? ... Stand up!"

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rontear Plus
17 23 8 England
22 May 2018 2:43PM
All the way from Russia Tony, the currents carry them from Siberia !! Beautiful mono, my award.
Ron
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
22 May 2018 2:48PM
Excellent mono image.
Tonyd3 15 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
22 May 2018 3:03PM
Cheers Ron, so that where they came from!
22 May 2018 3:23PM
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Tonyd3 15 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
22 May 2018 7:03PM
Cheers Andy for your User Award itís very much appreciated
Mike_Smith Plus
12 620 1 United Kingdom
22 May 2018 10:11PM
Beautifully composed capture, a place I would love to visit
Tonyd3 15 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
23 May 2018 12:31AM
Thanks Alan for your User Award and Mike for the guest award both are very much appreciated
Alison_S 14 339 United Kingdom
23 May 2018 11:13AM
More beautiful work, stunning image.

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