November 24, 2015

November 24, 2015

A Geothermal Swim

Photograph by Kelby Singhaus

“My Swedish friend and I decided (pretty easily) that a dive into a ... geothermally heated pool sounded abundantly more pleasant than being cold (like we were) during our late summer Icelandic journey,” writes Kelby Singhaus. Hruni’s rolling grass hills and “flocks of poofy sheep” contributed to what Singhaus called an unbeatable moment. “So dive, we did,” he writes, “and warm we were! Until we got out, of course.”

This photograph was submitted to the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest.

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Rubel Karmaker
Rubel Karmaker

Great moment & nice shot are you capture Kelby Singhaus

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