July 2009

Pictures one and three show horses grazing in the field. The Icelandic breed of horses is unique, with lineage to Norse horse varieties, as well as the Shetland Pony. Pictures two and four to seven show scenery while driving into the interior of Iceland, including a new trend in summer homes popping up in the middle of nowhere, far from any body of water. Pictures eight and nine, and one of the bottom panoramics, show Iceland's second largest glacier, Langjokull. The bottom panoramic shows the large marshmallow farms, where giant marshmallows are kept in the field. Or it's what Icelanders use to store the grain after harvest.
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