Iceland lies on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is the interface between American and European tectonic plates. The plates are diverging at an average rate of two centimeters per year. The gap is filled with molten lava. This is the reason for the geothermal heat in large areas of Iceland with Geysers, hot springs and muddy hot-pots.
Read more about geothermal highlights here.
Read more about John Paul’s Iceland workshop (August 18-22) here.
Focus on Nature (Photography Workshops in Iceland) recently announced 15% discounts on their 2008 workshops. The discounts are made possible by excellent response from sponsors.
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