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06/09/18 - Exploring Kerid Crater. Formally a volcano, now a lake!

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That is a really distinctive lake
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Poor Topaz. The wind blew right as I took this picture and sort of inflated his jacket. The hood is his fault though
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I, however, am clearly a cool guy
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Looking down into the crater
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I wonder how many tourists roll into this every year
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Neat red soil
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Peeking over the edge
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Rocks and mud
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I had fun playing with the focal plane here
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The lake! It's pretty small. Sort of a giant pool. You can tell by the spots on the picture that it was lightly raining
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Looking away from the crater
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People for scale on the right
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Hang in there, plants
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Peeking over another edge
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Trees! A rare sight in Iceland. They're trying!
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Not many trees outside of the spots that they're specifically trying to grow them
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continuing to make my way around the edge
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There was a path down to the water but I didn't want to take away from picture time up on the rim
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Rocks and moss
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Those wide angle shots earlier were taken from where those two people on the left are standing
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Rocks!
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Grass!
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Rocks and grass!
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180 degrees around the crater from the wide angle shots
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Topaz makes his way back up from the water. If you check his photo batch there's a shot from water level
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Elevators are fun
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Melrose??
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Topaz was into this gross yogurt-like stuff
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Stocking up for the night. It took me a while to put my finger on what was strange about this store.. no music playing! It was just dead silent
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Even in Iceland there are scams
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