July 2009

Arriving at the Snaefellsnes peninsula, where the Snaefellsjokull mountain is still an active volcano, pictures five, eight, nine and both panoramics show the slowly melting Snaefellsjokull Glacier, one of Iceland's 11 glaciers. If global warming persists along current trends, Iceland scientists estimate the glacier will disappear in under 100 years. The remaining pictures show views from the highway of farms and scenery along the mountain range.
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