The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland began to erupt a few weeks ago, marking the first eruption of the Reykjanes Peninsula in more than 800 years.
Fortunately, the drone photographer Vilius Petrikas was there, capturing the history of the shooting by hanging the camera on the scene.
The stunning image shows the main volcanic cone and the surrounding smaller cones erupting, while the valley surrounded by mountains is slowly filled with lava.
Vilius, a 30-year-old living in Reykjavik, said when he saw the eruption site for the first time: “I’m speechless… It’s hard to describe how it looks and feels, the power is overwhelming.
“I still can’t believe what I saw, and can’t wait to get back there to feel our powerful natural energy.”
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By looking at Vilius’ work, you can see the Fagradalsfjall volcano erupting for the first time in 6,000 years.
(Watch Below is Vilius’ amazing drone video. )
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