Flying Through Hvitserkur...The Monster Rock of Iceland

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Hvítserkur, or “the Troll” as it is known by locals, is a 15-meter high basalt stack on the shore of the Vatnsnes peninsula in northwest Iceland. It’s a massive, sea-stack with a very unique shape that makes it a hot spot for tourists looking to capture that perfect photo. The rock has been said to resemble a dragon drinking water. You know drone pilots Fujiabra Films had to take a dronie at this famous rock formation on a trip to the North Atlantic island. See how it turned out in this quick video!

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