Lol, I have been, hence why I know!
It’s an awesome roller coaster!
If humans are not careful, they can sometimes get “timbur-menn”. (I have noticed that this often happens to them on Saturdays and Sundays.)
It sounds like “timber men”, but it means “hang-over”.
“Timburmenn” has been in my people’s language for a very long time, because my people have needed…
The Spirit of Iceland | Svínafellsjökull glacier, Skaftafell, Southern Iceland, Europe
Dramatic cloud sceneries with stray sun light are typical for Iceland. Such unique moods of the light arise from low elevation sunlight not reaching the ground that falls through broken multi-layered cloud decks. This indirect light is causing different hues and light intensities at the surface. The black hills in the background belong to the 330 ft (100 m) high terminal moraine of Svínafellsjökull glacier in Skaftafell, southern Iceland. The moraine is composed out of volcanic breccia eroded by the glacier from the surrounding mountains. The steep ice fall of Svínafellsjökull follows gravity at a speed of 3.3 ft (1 m) per day. Hence, the ice of the bordering glacial lake, that is up to 1.3 ft (40 cm) thick, is steeply piled up at the terminal moraine. This glacial drift of 0.4 inch (1 cm) within 15 minutes causes the ice of the glacier and the ice on the lake to crack constantly under this immense pressure. A multitude of tension cracks form within the ice. This produces a stunning network of parallel aligning white lines. The cracking sounds produced by the drifting ice, the harsh winter conditions at 17°F (-8°C) and chilly winds together with the impressive light situation made this experience on the ice unforgettable.
Been there :P
Ten days camping in beautiful surroundings!
such a whore.
Captain outdoors is living up to his name and off to work. Time to sell tents and coats!
The new album by Foster the people!