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Búlandstindur - Rafmagnsgirðing
Iceland

I took my bike for a halfhour ride to the mountain Búlandstindur in my spare time between my summer jobs lunch, and evening shift.

I saw this fence and knew what I was gonna get,  I just didn't expect it to be so good.  


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Copyright: Aron Daði Þórisson
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Uploaded: 28/09/2012
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Tags: mountain; electric; fence; iceland; nature; human; contrast; the mountain has many sides; the man has many mountains.
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