Glacier meltwater, Iceland. Aerial view of meltwater flowing into streams and rivers in the Veidivotn region in central Iceland. The water originates from thawing of the Vatnajokull glacier. This region lies over a volcanic fissure zone. Previous volcanic activity has formed many craters (centre right) which are filled to form lakes. Green moss colours the sides of the craters.
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