At first I didn't consider this image worth post-processing. It grew on me for months and just recently, few days ago, I stumbled upon it again, while culling through my images again. This time, howev...
Fstoppers · 2mon
Towering ash plume from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull crater during it’s eruption Getty Satellite image of Katla Volcano situated in Iceland Gallo ‘The severity of Eyjafjallajökull air traffic disruption ...
Metro · 4mon
Tourism in Iceland has experienced unprecedented growth since 2010 resulting in a healthy rise in occupancy levels amongst the country’s hotel supply and prompting alternative accommodation to flouris...
Human extinction may be the stuff of nightmares but there are many ways in which it could happen. Popular culture tends to fo...
BBC · 3d
In 2010, fewer than 500,000 people made the trip to Iceland’s otherworldly shores. But after unprecedented publicity followin...
These are particularly dark days in the land of fire and ice, as the people of Iceland, or at least the travel agents among them, like to refer to their country. First, the global financial crisis bro...
So fond of a cigarette he gets through three or four lighters a day, The Fiver shudders to imagine how many coffin-nails Maur...
The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland is difficult to spell, but is pronounced, "Ed." The way to remember how to spell it is to put your forefinger on the top row of your computer keyboard, count ov...
Townhall · 8y
DESPITE the cool temperatures, tourism in Iceland has never been hotter thanks, in part, to its starring role in TV show Game ...
I've been looking for an excuse to get the name Eyjafjallajokull into an article, and now I finally have something special to say about the mighty Icelandic volcano that has wreaked havoc with Europea...
As my colleagues Alan Cowell, Nicola Clark and Mark McDonald report, the disruption to air travel in Europe is easing as the eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland has weakened, spewing l...