Waiting For The Ferry To Iceland
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全景摄影师 David Rowley EXPERT MAESTRO 日期和时间 21:22, 18/06/2012 - Views loading...


Waiting For The Ferry To Iceland

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Iceland, as I knew it at the time remains out there in the wild in comparison with most parts of Europe. I had set myself the task of riding a motorbike through the remote interior of the country and I was really having my doubts to how many of the bridgeless river crossings I could cross. I knew the motorhomes and the cars would not be venturing too far off the highways, but when I saw what everyone else brought with them I was really starting to doubt my choice of 2 wheels. There were big 4 wheel drives, a 6 wheel drive, various 4 wheel drives with huge tyres, then my little 10 year old Honda Africa Twin with only 2 wheels and only one of them that drove. I stared to the North Western horizon towards Iceland and the sun which had just disappeared for the evening. What will this new country have in store for me?

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Hirtshals Harbour

B: Hirtshals Havn

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C: Hirtshals Fyr

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D: Hirtshals Fyr

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E: Hirtshals Fyr and Bunkermuseet

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Hirtshals Fyr and Bunkermuseet

F: Bunkermuseet Hirtshals

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Bunkermuseet Hirtshals

G: Skallerup Klit

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Skallerup Klit

H: Skallerup Kirke

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Skallerup Kirke

I: Demolition

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J: Skiveren Solfald

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Sunset in the Skagerrak (North See) near Skiveren.

Skiveren Solfald

此全景拍摄于Denmark, Europe


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