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June in Iceland is a very special time. Even though the island lies south of the polar circle, nights are bright (at least if the weather allows). The sun did take over an hour to finally set around midnight. This image was taken at 23:26.

We were crusing around the western tip of the Reykjanes Peninsula late, when we've spotted this small house, some kilometers south of the small village Hafnir, close to the Keflavik international airport. Only upon inspection of the results, I realized that I've also included Snaefellsjφkull.

This dormant volcano lies about 100km NNW on the peninsula of the same name (Snaefellsnes). It's about 1446 meters high and covered by a glacier, and Jules Verne made it famous as entry point of the "Journey to the Centre of the Earth".

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