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Underwater Photo Location: Silfra, Thingvellir National Park

Underwater Photo Location: Silfra, Thingvellir National Park

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Great visibility, 120mtr +, cold 2 degrees centigrade melting glacier water. Diving between the North American and European continent.
Facts about Silfra, Thingvellir National Park
  • It is in Iceland
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
shoredrysuitfreshwater


Diving facilities
airguided

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Rob De Vries
Picture taken in Silfra, Thyngvellir, Iceland were the continennt of Europa meets the continennt of North America. Fresh Glacier meltingwater with an unbelievable visibility, 120 mtr+. Fuji S2 pro, 10,5 mm Fisheye lense.

by Rob De Vries
Silfra, Iceland, diving between the North American and European Continent in christalclear (120mtr+) water.

by Rob De Vries
Divers in Silfra, Iceland. Melted glacierwater, many years of filtering through lavarock, resulting in the clearest water you have ever seen.

by Mathieu Foulquié
Silfra

by Mathieu Foulquié
Silfra

by Mathieu Foulquié
Silfra lagoon3
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