My friend Barry R., now residing in PostDocVille, Denmark, took a trip to Iceland last week to check out the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. Unfortunately, by the time he got to the volcano, it was no longer spouting lava, but the scene is dramatic regardless.
You can sample some of his photos below, or see the whole album on Facebook.
Glacial terminus and moraine:
Ash on ice (steam rising beyond the hills):
Where the volcano has melted the local ice:
Thanks to Barry for letting me share his volcano photos here. He’s the second University of Maryland alum to do so! It seems to be a trend…