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Iceland Rivers #7


One of the most striking aspects of the water cycle in Iceland is the way in which water is frozen into intricate ice sculptures. These formations can take on a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from delicate snowflakes to massive glaciers that span entire valleys. They are a testament to the power and beauty of nature and serve as a reminder of the importance of preserving our planet's natural resources.


In addition to frozen sculptures and powerful waterfalls, the water cycle in Iceland also involves precipitation in the form of rain and snow. When this precipitation falls on the landscape, it has a profound impact on the environment. It can erode rocks and soil, carve out new channels for rivers and streams, and nourish plant life.


The vast majority of the bodies of water in Iceland originate from the country's most famous longtime residents: glaciers. These massive bodies of ice have shaped the landscape of Iceland for centuries, carving their way through valleys and mountains and leaving behind a network of rivers that bless visitors with the opportunity to witness the natural processes still occurring today.


As water flows through these river systems, it often takes on a yellow colour. This can be attributed to a variety of factors, including dissolved organic matter like tannins which are commonly found in wetlands and peat bogs. Additionally, the presence of minerals and sediments such as iron or manganese can contribute to the yellow colour of water. Despite this discoloration, Iceland's river systems offer a deeper insight into both the country's natural history and its geological future

Iceland Rivers #7

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    Size (inches are rounded)


    • A1  841 x 594 mm (33” x 23”)

    • A2  594 x 420 mm (23” x 16”)

    • A3  420 x 297 mm (16” x 12”)


    • A1  1050 x 795 mm (41” x 31”)

    • A2  795 x 620 mm (31” x 24”)

    • A3  590 x 470 mm (23” x 18”)


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