Metallica Trapped Under Ice(land)

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I know this looks like Where The Wild Things Are, but it’s just that all of Iceland looks like something out of a fantasy book.
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Nothing Else Matters except going for a swim in that deliciously warm geothermal water at Reykjakadalur.

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One can get Whiplash from looking at all of Iceland’s waterfalls. Welcome to Seljalandsfoss.
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You would not be Unforgiven if you mistakened this for Perce Rock in Gaspe, Quebec; but it’s actually Dyrholaey in Iceland.
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The Memory Remains of Hjorleifur, the blood brother of Ingolfur Arnason, the first Viking settler of Iceland. The hike up Hjorleifshofdi leads up to his resting place.
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The More I See waterfalls in Iceland, the more I fall in love with the place. Welcome to Svartifoss.
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“Don’t Tread On Me,” read a sign in front of Jokulsarlon.
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Trapped Under Ice. Well, on ice, really. And they’re not really trapped, but you get what I mean. That show damn near melted Solheimajokull.
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“On the long and lonesome highway, east of Reykjavik…” Eat your heart out, Abbey Road. Welcome to the Ring Road.
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I know these captions are a little bit Overkill, but I can’t stop. Welcome to Dimmuborgir.

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