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Pingvallavatn Lake in Iceland. Found very deep this National Park represents a boundary between Europe and North America.

A diver swimming between two tectonic plates, Iceland. The rift associated with the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which marks the division between the European and North American tectonic plates, runs across Iceland from southwest to northeast.

Pingvallavatn Lake, Pingvellir National Park, Iceland.  Touch the tectonic plates of both Europe and North America while SCUBA diving!

Silfra Rift, Þingvellir National Park, Iceland - Dive into the crack between the Eurasian and North American Continental Plates.

WOW! Crystal ice cave in the Skaftafell national park in Iceland.

Ice cave in the Skaftafell National Park in Iceland. Ice caves collapse and new ones form as each glacier grinds slowly towards the sea. Local guides can help you (without dying) find one. (Visit Skaftafell National Park in Iceland.

Crystal Cave river exit :: Vatnajokull National Park on the East coast of Iceland

Photographing the Jaw-Dropping 'Crystal Caves' of Iceland

Hike Glacier cave in Iceland Crystal Cave, Glacial Cave : Vatnajokull National Park on the East coast of Iceland

Seljalandsfoss Waterfalls, Iceland

Top amazing places on Earth: Seljalandsfoss Waterfall Is Beautiful Waterfall From Iceland Country

Iceland - Silfra - scuba dive between the tectonic plates that separate European and North American

Bucket List: Scuba Dive in several places around the world -- Iceland - Silfra - scuba dive between the tectonic plates that separate European and North American

Glymur plunging almost 200 meter down in a rift. Southwest of Iceland.

Glymur formerly Iceland’s highest waterfall You know how Iceland is always changing. Well most textbooks will say that Glymur at 198 meters is the highest waterfall in Iceland. A new (still.

10 Insider tips when traveling to Reykjavik, Iceland

Inside Tips to Reykjavik, Iceland

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Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

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