A new time-lapse video of the northern lights by producer Snorri Þór Tryggvason was shown on Icelandic television tonight.
Guatemalan photographer Ivan Castro recently published this timelapse video of the northern lights and glow of the Holuhraun eruption from Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon.
Daniel Haußmann has made a video showing the ongoing eruption in Holuhraun. Shot from the ground and from a helicopter, the video gives an impression of the forces of nature in the volcano.
Here we present for the first time Elisabetta Rosso’s video Roundtrip to Hell, produced in cooperation with Iceland Review, about our latest trip to the Holuhraun eruption site.
Tomorrow night, Tuesday October 28, at 19:30 the video Roundtrip to Hell, documenting our latest trip to Holuhraun, by Italian photographer Elisabetta Rosso made in cooperation with Iceland Review will be shown on icelandreview.com for the very first time.
The French men's team made a video of their trip to the tenth European TeamGym Championships in Iceland. Among the things they got up to is a double somersault during their flight.
The strangest “accident” occured in Reykjavík. A couple of people drove into a car park. They didn't want to wait for the gate to open. The rest is history.
Here is a really unique set of videos of Holuhraun, made by drone photography. Eric Cheng, director of aerial imaging for drone maker DJI, joined our friend, Icelandic photographer Ragnar Th. Sigurðsson.
Surtsey Island was formed in an eruption below sea-level. The Surtsey eruption is among the longest eruptions to have occurred in Iceland in historical times.
Stefan Erdman describes waking up in Möðrudalur and realizing that there is an eruption taking place.
This 1926 video features people riding Icelandic horses in the streets, women wearing national costumes and lots of Icelandic children.
Photographer Elisabetta Rosso came to Iceland and used drone technology to take pictures of some of the most popular destinations in the country. This is really worth watching if you are planning a trip to Iceland or want to recall some of your favorite places.
In this video of a school of mackerel, one of the fish rises from the water and dances on top of the sea for about half a minute.
Three brothers from Kópasker in Northern Iceland have produced many videos for the yearly local Thorrablót. Their sketch called the Wooden Spoon Trick has been a megahit in Iceland and...