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LAND'S END | September 2013
Lóndrangar are a pair of single sharp and steep cliffs, or volcanic plugs of basalt, that have been hewn out from softer surrounding rock by erosion. At 75 m and 61 m respectively, they are a singular sight, rising above and outside the ocean front due east across from Malarrif and some 10 km from Hellnar, on the southern coast of Snćfellsnes peninsula, Iceland (from wikipedia).
My take on this famous landmark in Iceland. Shooting this place is quite easy, you park your car and walk about 100meters up the hill. The difficult part is the wind, having exposures of longer than 30 seconds would prove difficult especially with light and weak tripods.
Another challenging aspect is that from time to time the edge of the cliff shakes as strong waves hits the base. I for one though it was an earthquake.
Canon 5d Mark III, Canon 16-35 f2.8 MarkII,, Singhray Filters, Benro Transfunctional Travel Angel - CF Twist Lock C2691TB1, Phottix Aion Wireless remote.
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