Ice chunks break away from the Breidamerkurjökull glacier and are transported by tidal motion along the glacial river lagoon Jökulsarlon into open sea along the Icelandic southcoast. Afterwards they land on the black basalt beach of Breidamerkursandur where they melt away tossed around in the tidal waves of the northern Atlantic Ocean.
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