Icelandic dog at the annual sheep roundup in Svinavatn, Iceland. Every year in September, over 10,000 Icelandic sheep are herded back home after grazing freely throughout the mountains and valleys all summer. This sheep roundup, called Rettir, is one of Iceland's oldest cultural traditions. stock photo

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Icelandic dog at the annual sheep roundup in Svinavatn, Iceland. Every year in September, over 10,000 Icelandic sheep are herded back home after grazing freely throughout the mountains and valleys all summer. This sheep roundup, called Rettir, is one of Iceland's oldest cultural traditions.

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