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Kerid - Kerid Volcanic Crater in Iceland

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Kerid (occasionally known as Kerith or Kerið) is a volcanic crater lake located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland, on the popular tourist route known as the Golden Circle
Kerid (occasionally known as Kerith or Kerið) is a volcanic crater lake located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland, on the popular tourist route known as the Golden Circle

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Country:Iceland
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Photo Attributes:Iceland, 2010, Skaftafell National Park,
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New vegetation in Vatnajökull National Park near glacier

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Photo Attributes:Iceland, 2010, Vatnajökull National Park, Svinafellsjökull Glacier,
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View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church.  Viewing the north east quadrant of the city.
Reykjavik city view from Hallgrímskirkja chruch - north east

View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church. Viewing the north east quadrant of the city.

Photo Attributes:Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010, Skolavordustigur Street, Hallgrímskirkja Church,
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View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church.  Viewing the south west quadrant of the city.
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Photo Attributes:Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010, Skolavordustigur Street, Hallgrímskirkja Church,
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View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church. Viewing the south east quadrant of the city.

Photo Attributes:Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010, Skolavordustigur Street, Hallgrímskirkja Church,
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View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church.  Viewing the north west quadrant of the city.
Reykjavik city view from Hallgrímskirkja chruch - north west

View of Reykjavik as taken from the Hallgrímskirkja church. Viewing the north west quadrant of the city.

Photo Attributes:Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010, Skolavordustigur Street, Hallgrímskirkja Church,
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Close-up photo of daisy alone in the soil near Thingvellir in Iceland.  

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Daisy Closeup found in Iceland near Thingvellir

Close-up photo of daisy alone in the soil near Thingvellir in Iceland. It is possible that this may have not been identified as the correct flower. If you have any helpful information, please use the contact link below.

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Photo of Icelandic Hot Dog from vendor in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.
Typical Icelandic Hot Dog

Photo of Icelandic Hot Dog from vendor in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.

Photo Attributes:Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010,
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Photo Specific Links:Hot Dog Variations at Wikipedia
from site: This is a listing of regional variations on the hot dog. Different areas of the world have local variations on the type of meat used, condiments and means of preparation

Icelandic Hotdogs at whygoiceland.com
from site: Icelanders are nearly fanatical about their hot dogs, and once you taste one, it’s easy to see why. The hot dogs are made mostly with lamb (and sometimes with a little pork) and traditionally topped with mustard, ketchup, fried onion, raw onion and remolaði, a mayonnaise-based sauce with sweet relish. And in a country known for being exorbitantly expensive, they are a delightfully low cost way to fill up and try a local specialty.



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Related Links

Photo Specific Links:Kerid Crater (wikipedia)
Wikipedia Link for Kerid (also known as Kerið)

Iceland Links:Gateway to Iceland
Seems to be the official web site for the country of Iceland.
Iceland travel guide
Useful site to find more information about Iceland.
Iceland Travel Information and Travel Guide - Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet has offices in Melbourne, London and Oakland, with over 500 staff members and 300 authors.
National Parks in Iceland
Wikipedia links of National Parks in Iceland.

Photo Data

Make:SONY
Model:DSLR-A300
DateTime:2011:01:31 19:51:22
Exposure Time:1/60
F:8/1
ISO:100
DateTimeDigitized :2010:06:23 11:43:53
DateTimeOriginal :2010:06:23 11:43:53
Lens :DT 18-200mm F3.5-6.3
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