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Little Church, Big Mountain
One of the first things you notice when you enter Vik, the southernmost village in Iceland, is the town's red-roofed church. In winter the church is especially dramatic, set off as it is against the dazzling white snow and imposing dark mountain behind it.

For anyone interested in a trip to Iceland, I highly recommend visiting in the winter when you're treated to dramatic contrasts of white, black, pink, and baby blue, the four colors I came to associate most with beautiful Iceland.
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