We shared this a few weeks ago dramatic photographs from Iceland Fagradalsfjall volcano like molten stone spitting in the air, and a new short film by the French director Stéphane Ridard hovers over the Wallachadalur landform to capture the first eruption in 6,000 years in incredible detail. Shot on March 19th “StrandedReveals spectacular aerial views of lava flows flowing through the landscape, magma shooting up onto the Reykjanes Peninsula, and the smoky haze covering the terrain located approximately 20 miles from Reykjavík.
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