Thank you Dave - it was a kind of another world, the light, the sound and also all the people gathered there in this cold weather(about -20°C)and you could also see the stars up there ;o)People were walking in guided tours, traveling on snowmobile, cycles, motorcycles, cars, helicopters, airplanes, home made cars, you just name it.Here is a link to cyclists touring to the Glacier: http://www.hfr.is/http://hivenet.is/runart/eldgos/ and http://picasaweb.google.com/sigurthor.einar/Orsmork30Mars#5454752378981817010
nature puts on the absolute best shows doesn't iti will add to my list of things i want to do before I diesee a volcano erupthappy easter and thanks so much for reading my blog
Hello from Finland! I reallyreally hope I will travel to Island someday, it seems very intresting :)Happy knitting!-Liina
Those are such wonderful photos!
Thanks Aron, I have now added you to my blog list ;o)
Amazing photos! I do hope all this is taking place far from your home though -- kinda scary looking ;-)?!Blessings,G
At the moment the eruption is happening in Fimmvorduhals near Eyjafjallajokull Glacier. About 600 people were evacuated the first night but they all got permission to turn back home after the two first days.But if Katla in Myrdalsjokull Glacier (http://hraun.vedur.is/ja/Katla2009/Myrdalsjokull.jpg) wakes up we might be in a big trouble. http://www.ruv.is/katla/
Des images époustouflantes !
it looks amazing, but i hope katla will not wake up.all the best to you!
I love your header photograph, with the one red mittenperfect!na Stella
thank you all for your kind words.all the best
Kúl!Flottar myndir hjá þér.
It is quite amazing, so there have been eruptions at more places lately... I hope quiet times for you.
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