Eyjafjallajökull Volcano | Iceland

Expressions Of Nature: Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, Iceland By Sigurdur Hrafn Stefnisson Eyjafjallajökull means: you will sleep at the airport :p ///// I want to ride that storm.

Volcano and Lightening!

Lightning brances out from behind a veil of ash clouds at Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano in April 2010 Photograph by David Jon, Nordic Photoes/Getty Images

Faroe Islands

A house by the mountains in Anarstarpi, Iceland. A dream travel and photography destination for the bucket list.

Ol Doinyo Lengai, Aruhsa Region, Tanzania. The only active carbonatite volcano in the world. Its lava erupts at only 500 degrees C.

“ mysleepykisser-with-feelings-hid: “ Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania. The only active carbonatite volcano in the world. Its lava erupts at only 500 degrees C. ” There’s a new term for you…and me;

Waxing: The moon anytime before a full moon and after a new moon.Waning: the moon at any time after full moon and before new moon.Gibbous: convex at both edges, as the moon when more than half full.Crescent: a shape resembling a segment of a ring.

Lava Explodes into the Ocean, Hawaii, USAnatur, from Iryna

Lava meets ocean water after Kilauea volcano eruption in Hawaii. Photo by: Alain Barbezat

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Red smoke at Puyehue volcano eruption, Argentina 2011 Most amazing in the world

Volcano erupts in Chile

(prior pinner says.Red smoke at Puyehue volcano eruption, Argentina 2011 Most amazing in the world) the fire Above the silt above the fresh air above the dark Earth

Nick Selway CJ Kale Volcan 30 Nick Selway & CJ Kale Photographes fous de volcans et de lave

Nick Selway & CJ Kale Photographes fous de volcans et de lave

Photographers CJ Kale and Nick Selway risk their lives by photographing lava flowing into the ocean. while swimming in the water nearby

Eruption

Eyjafjallajökull is one of the smaller ice caps of Iceland, situated to the north of Skógar and to the west of Mýrdalsjökull. The ice cap covers the caldera of a volcano with a summit elevation of metres. Photo by (Jon Vidar)

Iceland is called 'The Land of Ice and Fire' for a good reason. The glaciers and cold climate mixed with volcanoes and geothermal activity is undeniably an interesting combination. There is seldom eruptions, but activity is going on all the time. Nature is for real up here, in all its mystery, which you will see when you travel here.

Iceland is called 'The Land of Ice and Fire' for a good reason. The glaciers and cold climate mixed with volcanoes and geothermal activity is undeniably an interesting combination. There is seldom eruptions, but activity is going on all the time.

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