This deep, watery crack is Iceland’s Silfra fissure. It’s a place where you can actually touch the North American and Eurasian continent where they meet. The two massive tectonic plates are submerged beneath frigid blue glacial water with visibility that extends beyond 300 feet.
Wethorse Productions along with photographer Alex Mustard bravely took a dive in some of the clearest water in the world to document the exquisite space where “the earth is ripping apart,” causing earthquakes once a decade.
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