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The Queen of Icelandic volcanoes, Hekla, is waking up. Or is it? At least I went yesterday, waited and nothing happened. The volcano is still covered in snow.


This image was taken at N64°04’14.8” W19°45’59.8” looking SE 144° at 217m (712 ft) with a Canon 1D X with a 135mm 2.0 lens on March 26 at 15:45:40, ISO 100 and 1/400 f:9.0.

Páll Stefánsson/Iceland Review.

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