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New Photo Series from Early Hours of Iceland Eruption

The following pictures were taken by Patrick J. Dorflein at Birkikot, a summer house in Efsti-Dalur near Selfoss. The first pictures were taken from a hilltop around 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 21, about an hour after the volcanic eruption in Grímsvötn, Vatnajökull, began.









Photos by Patrick J. Dorflein.

As of yesterday morning they couldn’t see any smoke column, only the ash cloud.

Please note: The next issue of the print edition of Iceland Review will include extensive coverage of the eruption. If you subscribe now, you will receive a photo book by IR editor/photographer Páll Stefánsson of the eruption in Eyjafjallajökull as a gift.

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Follow for further news updates of the eruption. If you have any photos of the current Grímsvötn eruption and would like to see them published, please send them to [email protected] and [email protected].

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