© 2020 Malcolm Thornton
Vibrant moss covering an enormous Lava field near Grindavik, Southern Iceland. In the background is Keilir and Thorbjorn Mountains, with steam rising from the Geothermal hot springs of the famous Blue Lagoon and the Svartsengi Geothermal Power Plant.
These hexagonal like tiles look every bit as if they were man-made, but they are a completely natural phenomena. Kirkjugólfið or ‘The Church Floor’, is an 80 m² expanse of columnar basalt stone slabs which have been eroded and shaped by glaciers and waves.