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The rusting hulk of SS Suðurland at Djúpavík, Reykjarfjörður, Iceland
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The harbour at Djúpavík, situated at the head of Reykjarfjörður, is dominated by the old herring factory and the rusting hulk of SS Suðurland. Formerly a cargo and passenger ship, she's now spending her twilight years mouldering slowly and dramatically by the shoreline.

[This is one of the panoramas from my June 2013 trip to Iceland. You can explore the other views of this incredible countryhere. https://www.360cities.net/sets/iceland-june-2013 ]

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Tags: fjord; sea; harbour; ship; shipwreck; hulk; iceland; midnight; summer; derelict; rust
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