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The Reykjanes Peninsula of Iceland is a place of haunting beauty. Descriptions of the region are usually dotted with clichés such as “stark,” “surreal,” “desolate.” That is because Reykjanes is, in fact, stark, surreal, and desolate.

Lake Kleifarvatn is an atmospheric sight and not a little spooky, especially on days with low-hanging fog.

En passant – an earthquake in 2000 caused water levels in Kleifarvatn to drop which in turn inspired the macabre thriller, The Draining Lake.


Lake Kleifarvatn in Reykjanes, Iceland
5D Mark II, 24-105L

Lake Kleifarvatn

Lake Kleifarvatn - colour rendition
5D Mark II, 24-105L

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