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I'm not sure that all of the images are of the same mountain.
Its on the southermost island near a village called Lopra. The mountain itself is called Kirvi.
Kirvi, seen from north of Lopranseiði in October 2005.
Kirvi is to the right on this photo. The village Lopra is in the bay and the cliff Beinisvørð is to the left above the village.
View from Porkeri towards Lopra and Akrar. Kirvi is in the center of this photo.
originally posted by: Mianeye
The wind erosion makes sharp edges where water erosion makes round edges, which can be seen in the photo i embedded, the same goes for your pic's, though the mountains in your pic's are more on an island ( first pic ) where the one i show raises out of the water.
originally posted by: Thefarmer
What if some Egyptian exploring party, I know it's a long shot, found this island seen the rock formation and then copied them?