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Vík í Mýrdal's enormous Basalt Sea Stacks set against the the stunning Reynisfjara Black Volcanic Sand Beach. Visitors to Reynisfjara need to always be aware of the potential dangers present at the beach. Sudden and dramatic shifts in tide, sneaker-waves, and rip currents are infamous for their unpredictabilty, strength, and ability to drag helpless people out into the freezing cold open Atlantic Ocean.
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