earth /ˈərth /
1: the fragmental material composing part of the surface of the globe
2: the sphere of mortal life as distinguished from spheres of spirit life— compared to heaven, hell
3a: areas of land as distinguished from sea and air
3b: the solid footing formed of soil: ground
4.often capitalized : the planet on which we live
5a: the people of the planet Earth
5b: the mortal human body
5c: the pursuits, interests, and pleasures of earthly life as distinguished from spiritual concerns.
Icelandic Highlands - All Photos - Summer 2020.
Iceland sits precisely on the front lines of the battle between plates of the Earth's crust that move around and cause earthquakes and volcanoes as they slide past, under and over each other. Iceland is situated on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a seam in the Earth's surface where the Eurasian and North American plates slide apart. The island nation has more than 200 volcanoes. It was its volcanic activity that is thought to have created Iceland.