Mýrdalsjökull glacier, Iceland by Fiona Quarterman

Mýrdalsjökull glacier, Iceland

A country full of pure natural history, giving a peep into the extremes of our world. With vast and unique photographic and historic significance.
Myrdalsjokull is a glacier in the south of the Icelandic highlands. It is the country's fourth largest glacier,  covering nearly 600 km2. It's highest peak reaches around 1500 meters. Under the icecap is the volcano Katla.
Katla is active and has had at least 16 eruptions since the year 936, usually erupting every 40-80 years.....