The vast Eldhraun lava field (“Fire Lava“), in the south of the Icelandic highlands was created in one of the greatest eruptions in recorded history and is of the largest of its kind in the world. The Lakagigar craters were also created during this eruption. This eruption lasted from 1783 to 1784 and is known as the Skaftareldar (The skafta River Fires). This was a cataclysmic event for Iceland and beyond. In Iceland it lead to disease, crop failure and disasters.
We passed this area enroute to Jökulsárlón on 11.09.2018. Everybody took the opportunity to shoot the mossy lava rocks. Truly spectacular sight! I used my SONY α7RIII and SEL1635GM lens handheld.
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