Many people come to Iceland every year and most take photos. Some come only to take photos.
The Iceland Review team left for the eruption early this morning with Páll Stefánsson, Iceland Review editor and photographer, leading a group of four: journalist Zoë Robert and photographers Elisabetta Rosso from Italy and Louis Emile Robert from Australia.
Icelanders (and others) have heard the stories about volcanoes being the gateway to hell before. Hekla, Iceland’s most famous volcano, was thought to house demons that danced around the crater and at Askja, just north of the current eruption, tourists bathe in a crater called Víti, which means '...
Our friend Elisabetta Rosso has just published a photo on the National Geographic web of an unusual sunrise in Vík.
We have been discussing the beauty of two natural phenomena at the same time, northern lights and the glowing lava shooting out of a crater. Photographer James Appleton managed to capture a series of beautiful photographs that show both Aurora Borealis and an eruption in the same frame.
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.