The bird cliffs in Europe’s westernmost point, Iceland, are remarkable. Spanning over 14 kilometres, these cliffs stand 441 meters high and are home to many birds.
Due to the steepness of the cliffs, the birds are safe from predators and can be approached for stunning photographic opportunities. Puffins, in particular, are pretty friendly and can be found in the grassy, higher areas of the cliffs. However, it’s essential to be cautious as the edges are fragile, and the fall is significant.
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