At 49 I started a tradition of diving on my Birthday. The next Birthday, at 50, I visited Iceland for the first time, but did not dive and returned once since then and did not consider diving. I decided to return to Iceland to celebrate my 60th Birthday and to keep the aforementioned tradition going, diving was on the agenda. Diving in Iceland's Silfra, a purified glacial melt stream that dramatically features a separation of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, is certainly an adventure befitting the milestone of reaching the 6th decade of life on Earth. The conditions in the Silfra stream are extreme at 37 degree F (2-3 deg. C), but the water is crystal clear, purified through an underground lava field and is refreshingly drinkable. The surface conditions were at times, while gearing up for the dive, hostile and in hospitable (snow, ice and wind). The images depicted here are highlights from my perspective while sharing the experience with three other divers including our great guide Andre from DIVE.IS. This was not only exhilarating, but as captivating a memory as I have lived so far. I hope you enjoy watching the presentation as much as I enjoyed living it.