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  • Alex Maciel

    Dancing with the Devil by Skarphedinn Thrainsson - Photographer Joi on the edge of the crater of the erupting volcano in Fimmvörðuháls/Eyjafjallajökull. Iceland april 2010. While observing this photo I was amazed how relaxed he ectually is standing there wile the volcano spreads the melting lava around the area. I guess the lava is about 1000-1200°C at this point.

  • Annie Bock

    Most popular Photography on 1X.com | Bored Daddy

  • Jude Olszewski

    Eyjafjallajköull puts on a fiery show In this photo captured by daredevil photographer Skarphedinn Thrainsson, a fellow madcap photographer stands with his tripod on May 15 as the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland spews hot fire into the air. As magnificent as Eyjafjallajökull was, it was the Grímsvötn volcano — located on the southeast side of the island — that proved to be the bigger blast, but it didn't disrupt European travel nearly as much as the first one.

  • Stephen Jay

    Dancing with the Devil © Skarphedinn Thrainsson A fellow photographer Joi in the frontline of the erupting volcano in Eyjafjallajokull / Fimmvorduhals, south Iceland. April 2010. 1x.com - Nature

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