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Highlands of Grindarskörð with crater Miðbolla in the backgro
Highlands of Grindarskörð with crater Miðbolla in the backgro Grindarskörð is a pass within Iceland and is nearby to Bollinn, Kistufell and Brennisteinsfjöll. Grindarskörð is also close to Kerlingarskarð. Grindarskörð has an elevation of 415 metres.
Lava caving in the area of Skúlatúnshraun
Lava caving in the area of Skúlatúnshraun Lava caving alone is something I don’t recommend at least let someone know before you go. Sorry but I couldn’t resist it as the weather was not so good and the light was really dull. So I went underground. I love the colors in the Lava caves and the loneliness in complete darkness, with strange dripping sounds and cracks all around you. This cave is rather difficult as the lava from the ceiling has fallen down and you never know where to go, where you can find a hole to crawl in and what to expect on the other site. But “it’s all about loving it”.
Lava bubbles covered with moss
Lava bubbles covered with moss To see the landscape from above is a whole new experience. You see ordinary things in a different way. This is a simple lave field cowered with moss. This shot is from the south coast near Eldvötn.
Patterns in the Lava field of Tjarnarhraun Highlands of Iceland
Patterns in the Lava field of Tjarnarhraun Highlands of Iceland Patterns in Tjarnarhraun Lava field and Skaftá river near Eldgjá at Landmannalaugar area
Námshraun lava to Suðurnámur mountain at Landmannalaugar High
Námshraun lava to Suðurnámur mountain at Landmannalaugar High Suðurnámur is a rhyolite colored mountains within South Iceland and is nearby to Landmannalaugar Highlands and Bláhnúkur mountain.
Námshraun lava to Suðurnámur mountain at Landmannalaugar High
Námshraun lava to Suðurnámur mountain at Landmannalaugar High Suðurnámur is a rhyolite colored mountains within South Iceland and is nearby to Landmannalaugar Highlands and Bláhnúkur mountain.
Where the Lava ends
Where the Lava ends Lava near Hekla Volcano
Lava edge near Hekla Volcano
Lava edge near Hekla Volcano Hekla is a stratovolcano in the south of Iceland with a height of 1,491 m (4,892 ft). Hekla is one of Iceland's most active volcanoes; over 20 eruptions have occurred in and around the volcano since 874. During the Middle Ages, Europeans called the volcano the "Gateway to Hell". The volcano's frequent large eruptions have covered much of Iceland with tephra and these layers can be used to date eruptions of Iceland's other volcanos. 10% of the tephra created in Iceland in the last thousand years has come from Hekla, amounting to 5 km3. The volcano has produced one of the largest volumes of lava of any in the world in the last millennium, around 8 km3
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide