Iceland's river and seascapes are often inconspicuous from the ground, but from the air they offer a breathtaking spectacle of colors and textures. Not much different from a watercolor painting and in constant motion, depending on the tides or the water level and flow velocity of the rivers.
Most rivers have their source at one of the numerous glaciers, and flow towards the sea. Along the way, they transport vital nutrients for the ecosystem in the form of sediment, which are responsible for the sometimes very unusual colors of the water.
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