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Faroe Island, Northwest of Scotland.     Photo by Jan Egil Kristiansen

Lake Sorvagsvatn - a 2 level lake on Vagar Island in the Faroe Islands. Covering an area of sq K, it's the biggest lake of the Faroe Islands and is located about 30 meters above the sea level.

The Anvil -Tory Island, Ireland

27 Magnificent Rock Formations from around the World

Celtic: The Anvil, Tory Island, Ireland. Tory Island lies off the west coast of Donegal and is the most remote inhabited island in Ireland.

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Briars Island, Nova Scotia

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Brier Island, Nova Scotia make for some fantastic colors with the lichen on the surface. Brier Island is south of Long Island on the Digby Neck.

Lake, forerskie islands

Lake Sorvagsvatn, Faroe Islands above the Ocean (Faroe Islands, Denmark between Norway and Iceland)

Waterfall, Faroe Islands, Denmark

Gásadalur Waterfall in the village of Gásadalur in the Faroe Islands. The Faroe Islands are an island group under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland.

Traumhafter Unterwasser Wasserfall auf der Insel Mauritius

on the island of mauritius, this sudden dip in ocean depth creates the illusion of an underwater waterfall.

Brídrangar lighthouse (Vestmannaeyjar islands Iceland)

Brídrangar lighthouse (Vestmannaeyjar islands Iceland) Want to live here darling .

("FINGAL's CAVE") .... on the island of Staffa off the west coast of Scotland (near Mull and Iona), is a sea cave formed within Tertiary basalt lava flows which have cooled to form hexagonal columns.

Fingal's Cave (sea cave) formed with Tertiary basalt lava flows which have cooled to form hexagonal columns - Island of Staffa, Scotland

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