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Located on the outskirts of Kirkjubæjarklaustur Iceland, flanked by rugged volcanic hills, flows the scenic Stjórnarfoss Waterfall. The falls consist of a cascading river which rumbles 40-feet down an inclined ramp of volcanic rock, followed by a 38-foot drop that plunges over a ledge of basalt rock into a beautiful blue pool.
Seen from almost anywhere in the city, Hallgrímskirkja Church is Reykjavík's main landmark. As impressive as the outside is, the inside features a remarkable pipe organ that stands at an impressive 15m tall, weighs a massive 25 tons, and contains 5275 pipes.
This stunning Icelandic Horse was more than happy to meet my acquaintance as he came right up close to my camera for a little affection. I am always taken back by the gentleness and trusting nature of such large and powerful animals.