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Crater lake Víti.

I was fortunate to find myself in the northern Highlands of Iceland near Mývatn for the first dusting of snow this season. The crater lake Víti (meaning ‘hell’ in Icelandic) is part of the volcanically active Krafla caldera.

The panorama below was stitched from three frames obtained via the ‘Shift’ movement on Canon’s Tilt-Shift 17mm f/4 lens.

Víti crater at Krafla, first dusting of snow

5D Mark III, Zeiss ZE 50 f/2 MP

Panorama of Víti crater at Krafla, first dusting of snow, Iceland

Víti í Kröflu panorama (Click on the image to enlarge)
5D Mark III, TS-E 17L

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