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River flowing into the Greenland Sea

Keywords: Stock Photo Picture River Stream Flowing Eyjafjordur Fjord Ocean Green Grass Brook Waterfall Greenland Sea Cliffs Europe Iceland ═sland Lř­veldi­ ═sland Scandinavia DalvÝk Dalvik Eyjafj÷r­ur Landscape Photography Geology Icelandic Primordial Nordic Countries Horizontal

Caption:

River flowing into the Greenland Sea

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River Stream Flowing Eyjafjordur Fjord Ocean Green Grass Brook Waterfall Greenland Sea Cliffs Europe Iceland ═sland Lř­veldi­ ═sland Scandinavia DalvÝk Dalvik Eyjafj÷r­ur Landscape Photography Geology Icelandic Primordial Nordic Countries Horizontal Images Pictures Pics Photographs Fotos Stock Photos
Notes:
Near Dalvik (DalvÝk), Iceland - A small stream flows from a cliff, forming a waterfall that flows into the Greenland Sea at the mouth of Eyjafj÷r­ur fjord.
City/Location:
Near Dalvik (DalvÝk)
State/Province/
Subregion:
Eyjafjordur (Eyjafj÷r­ur)
Country:
Iceland
Camera:
Aperture:
22.0
Shutter Speed:
1.0s
ISO Setting:
50
Focal Length:
17.0mm
Image ID:
Iceland_1078-River_Sea
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