A fumarole releasing steam at Hverir, an area rich in geothermal activity below the mountain, Námafjall.
These pillars of basalt only represent a small part of the large area Dimmuborgir covers. This eerie landscape is a result of a collapsed lava tube created by an eruption about 2300 years ago.
This turf-roofed farm serves as a window into 18th to 19th century Iceland. Now a tourist attraction, it was used as a dwelling until 1947.
The Icelandic landscape is littered with small churches and chapels. This particular structure is a part of the Glaumbær Farm.