Iceland's Lava Show: Eruption Rages On After Two Weeks

29th March, 2024


The Earth puts on a fiery display! A volcanic eruption in Iceland shows no signs of stopping.

The eruption is happening near Grindavík, on Iceland's southwest coast.

The lava started flowing on March 16th and has been going strong.

This is a fissure eruption, where lava oozes through cracks, not a fiery explosion.

Crowds have flocked to witness the mesmerizing sight of flowing lava with the Northern Lights at the backdrop.

This island sits on a hotspot, known for frequent eruptions but rarely dangerous.

This could signal heightened activity for Iceland's volcanoes in the coming years.

A reminder of the ever-changing forces shaping our planet.