This spectacular picture is the first time to see, the underground heat, around a barren. Feel the power of nature.
Krafla Volcano is a crater formed by a super giant volcano. It was formed by the collapse of the top of the volcanic cone without the support of underground lava. The area visited is actually the inside of the caldera, which makes people feel more like flat ground. Along the way, you will pass a sulphurous landform and the smell of rotten eggs in the air.
Krafla volcano erupted in 1984, 35 years ago, a small amount of vegetation has begun to form around it. The weather is good today and the lake is green. The camera is not good enough to take a complete picture of the lake.
Braving the cold wind to the Krafla crater, step by step mud! Feel the weight of the legs! The scenery along the way is also super charming! The geothermal heat along the way is like a steam boiler, with a strong smell of sulfur! Strong smell of rotten eggs
There is no lake in the crater now, and it is completely dry. Only a desolate pit remains. But it does not affect the scenery here.
Krafla is a temporarily dormant volcano in Iceland. The last eruption was in 1984. It is very barren, basically yellow. There is a blue volcanic lake in the crater, which is very beautiful. This is also Iceland. The famous geothermal power plant is rich in geothermal resources.