This one I took the spring of 2010 on top of a Glacier in the Westfjords of Iceland. It was a really warm day, 20°C and sunny, way too warm for this kind of thing. The landscape was like this in every direction and we were walking for hours towards the same little hill that always seemed to be just right up ahead but never seemed to near. Distances in snow can be really deceiving - but once on top we got an amazing view so it was worth it :)
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