From Iceland — Photos: The Geldingadalsgos Eruption, Shot By Axel Sigurðarson

Photos: The Geldingadalsgos Eruption, Shot By Axel Sigurðarson

Photos: The Geldingadalsgos Eruption, Shot By Axel Sigurðarson

John Pearson
Words by
Photo by
Axel Sigurðarson

Published March 21, 2021

Axel Sigurðarson is a Reykjavík photographer with a keen interest in the natural world as subject matter. He was at the Geldingadalsgos volcano eruption yesterday, and captured these amazing moments for The Grapevine.

Magnificent lava

Close… but not too close

Iceland is breathing fire

Smouldering boulders

Light in the darkness

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