Grótta Island by Neil Mark Thomas (Iceland Photo Spot)

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Grótta Island by Neil Mark Thomas
Grótta Island as a small tied island that is only accessible during low tide. There is a window of about six hours when it is possible to walk right out to the island along the small sandbar. Grótta became a nature reserve in 1974 and it is forbidden to visit it during nesting season, from 1 May to 15 July. There are about 450 couples of arctic terns in Grótta. This peaceful island is especially photogenic during the evening hours during the northern lights season. (Seltjarnarnes, Iceland)

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