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seashore on a windy day at Vik
Iceland

The black sandy seashore at the city of Vik, the southernmost part of  Iceland.

The sand is black - just like the sand in the Canary Island - because of the black volcanic rocks are transformed into sand by the erosion.

In the distance the Three Sisters rock formation is seen.

Copyright: Iván ferenczy
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Chargée: 29/05/2013
Mis à jour: 15/07/2014
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Tags: vik; iceland; seashore; wind
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