|Last modified: Thursday October 14th, 1999
On Europe's westernmost point, in Iceland's Western Fjord area, you can
find a huge cliff (about 12 km long), which is home to an enormous amount
of marine birds. This cliff, Látrabjarg, on the Northern coast of
the Breiðafjörður, is famous for its puffin colony. It is hard to reach,
but definitely worth a visit.
This is the entry point for a number of special photo features. In each of
these features, you can load a larger version of a picture by clicking on the
small one in the table. Use the Back button on your browser to return
to the feature. Apart from the special features, you can find larger versions
behind a number of pictures all over this site. Just watch the cursor in
your browser, or simply try clicking on a picture.
Please note that all pictures are © Jaap van
der Toorn. You can download them for personal use only. Contact
me if you want to use the pictures for other purposes.
- The elephant seals of Año Nuevo
- The seals of Ft. Bragg
- Marine mammals of Australia
- A copy of the original version of this feature is hosted on the Australian
Cyber School site
- The hump-back dolphins of Tin Can Bay
- The Australian sea lions of Kangaroo Island
- The seals of Hindisvík, Iceland
- A humpback whale in Skjálfandi, Iceland