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Of Trees and Volcanos



A common landscape in Iceland includes sharpened rocks product of volcanic activity. In between, the moss conquers every possible space.
Among the varieties that survive the strange sulphuric environment there are: Birchs, Sycamores, Smith's willows, European larch, Grey alder, Swedish and Finnish whitebeam, Grey alder, Alpine laburnum, Wych elm, Stika spruce, and of course, Mountain ash.
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