Photographer Spent Two Weeks In Iceland To Shoot The Recent Fagradalsfjall Eruption

According to a photographer Erez Marom: “I just came back from shooting the recently-erupted Fagradalsfjall volcano. In just two weeks I witnessed the volcano evolve from 1 fissure to a whopping 8, at its climax I had eruptions all around me, which was a fantastic experience. I’ve visited about 7 volcanoes around the world during my decade-long career as a pro-nature photographer, and this might have been the most beautiful eruption I’ve seen.

I highly recommend visiting this volcano – it’s easily accessible to people in decent physical shape, and I have no doubt you’ll enjoy it!

Here is a collection of mostly aerial images I shot during my visit.”

More: Erez Marom, Instagram h/t: boredpanda

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