Naturally Erupted Elephant Rock In Iceland – Design You Trust

Naturally Erupted Elephant Rock In Iceland


This natural rock formation off the coast of Iceland, impresses the travelers. It seems as though gigantic elephant came to the shore of Heimaey island, to quench his thirst. The enormous shape appears to be formed from basalt rock, that gives a surface appearance of wrinkled elephant skin.

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