2020-03-26

Múlakvísl River near Rjúpnagil │ Landscape Photo

Documenting Iceland (2007)

by: Rafn Sig,-

Múlakvísl is a river in the south of Iceland on the western side of Mýrdalssandur.
The river has a glacier flow which draws its water from the Mýrdalsjökull, mainly through the glacier tongue Kötlujökull. The river’s floods are usually of gray-brown color, since it carries much sediment with it.

 

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