Dyrhólaey Lóðr. '10
Text on back of card: View over Dyrhólaey, a 120 meter high headland in which a large natural gate has been eroded. The formations mark the southermost point of Iceland. In the foreground is a rock formation called “The Toe”. The Eyjafjallajökull (at 1666 meters) glacier provides a majestic background.
Stærð: 148 mm /5,8 in.