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On the way to Bláhnjúkur (Blue Peak, Iceland).
Iceland

The Bláhnjúkur (which stands for 'Blue Peak' in the icelandic language) is a mountain in the Landmannalaugar area of Iceland. The area is famous for it's colorful mountains.

Copyright: Jürgen Matern
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Taken: 19/06/2012
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Tags: landscape; blue peak; clouds; outdoors; landmannalaugar
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