Iceland 2015 - Brian W. Ogilvie
Þingvellir: the Almannagjá, the most prominent fault in the valley

Þingvellir: the Almannagjá, the most prominent fault in the valley

This is one of the places where the European and North American tectonic plates are separating, at a combined speed of around 7 mm per year—i.e., over 7 meters (22 feet) since Iceland was settled.