Here we have an example from a few different places.
You might miss trees. That’s true. You won’t find many trees on Iceland. Nearly all trees were cut down in the past for building houses, ships or for cooking.
Nowadays some farmers have planted trees, but they grow very slowly, just like in the high mountain areas. We’ve had temperatures of 10 – 16 ° C (that’s 50 – 61 ° F) during our trip in the first half of July (that’s summer on Iceland).