Eyjafjallajoekull Lava Falls
An Icelandic volcano that has been dormant for nearly 200 years has just erupted near the Eyjafjallajoekull glacier sending lava flows down into the valley. These falls are aproximatly had just been created by tha lava flow and was sending thousands of tonnes of lave down into the Thorsmörk valley. © Uri Golman - All Rights Reserved www.urigolman.com www.urigolman.blogspot.com www.gitzo.com www.manfrottoschoolofxcellence.com
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