I love this because For one, I grew up in small towns until I moved down south. I always liked saying I lived "No Where", because it was literally like no where. And two, discovering places you know no one goes to often become sanctuaries for yourself, to go when you need to be alone and your room just isn't enough. Where is your "now here"?
When Hverfjall erupted 2,500 years ago, no one saw it—no one lived in Iceland. On a March evening photographer Orsolya Haarberg watched alone as a north wind scoured Mývatn lake's thin ice, sweeping snow into a drift that looked like a path to the crater. This volcano is not featured in Life Erupted, but it did inspire me in my writing.