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Hi, some additional info (to the landscape format): this panorama picture shows on the left the active volcano Katla covered by the Mýrdalsjökull glacier and on the right, behind the lagoon Dyrhólaós, the mountain massif of Reynisfjall. Thanks to Mark and you, bye.
This body of water in the image above is part of the North Atlantic Ocean, and the land at the point (right side) of that grassy area is actually part of a beach area.
The whole area is named: “Dyrhólaey Viewpoint”, it is part of the “Dyrholaey Nature Reserve” in Iceland.
The image above shows the extension of rocky land pointing inland toward the mountains (opposite side) in the background. When the tide is in, there is more sea water, which forms the lagoon area.