On Friday, our team journeyed to the eruption at Geldingallir at night to capture the newest fissures on camera in the moonlight. What did they find? A hellscape—but a picturesque one. Enjoy!
Lava pool next to the second fissure. Photo by Art Bicnick
The original Geldingadalsgos eruption, the second fissure and the city lights in the distance. Photo by Art Bicnick
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