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Elephant Shaped Rock Formation of the Coast of Heimaey Iceland [1100  776] Photo by Diego Delso

Elephant Shaped Rock Formation of the Coast of Heimaey Iceland [1100 776] Photo by Diego Delso

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There are some memories that bring tears to my eyes. I remember the connection I made with Loki a beautiful wild arctic fox on the southern coast of Iceland. For some reason he trusted me as if I was one of his one. I spent nearly two hours in these mossy hills playing with Loki as he batted his front paws up into the sky hiding around the rocks waiting for me to find him and putting his cold nose onto my cheek. Even when writing about this experience and sharing this story it seems way too…

There are some memories that bring tears to my eyes. I remember the connection I made with Loki a beautiful wild arctic fox on the southern coast of Iceland. For some reason he trusted me as if I was one of his one. I spent nearly two hours in these mossy hills playing with Loki as he batted his front paws up into the sky hiding around the rocks waiting for me to find him and putting his cold nose onto my cheek. Even when writing about this experience and sharing this story it seems way too…

Continental Drift at Þingvellir (Thingvellir) in Iceland where the  North American and Eurasian tectonic plates move apart. Taken from a plane with a Nikon D200 camera and 18-200mm lens at 52mm (eq. 78mm @  FF).

Continental Drift at Þingvellir (Thingvellir) in Iceland where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates move apart. Taken from a plane with a Nikon D200 camera and 18-200mm lens at 52mm (eq. 78mm @ FF).

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