Flying Over an Active Volcano in Iceland
Occurred on September 4th, 2014 / Iceland
Info from Licensor: "Me, my father, Haukur photographer and Lára Ómarsdóttir, a news reporter flew to the highlands of Iceland with a tent to see the volcano eruption in the twilight. The trip was amazing as we were the first to see a new fissure open in the ground two kilometers from the main fissure. We spent the night at Sauðárflugvöllur, high in the highlands and woke up at 4:30 in the morning as the temperature was only at 0 deg Celcius. We had to remove some ice from the wings before we took off in the morning fog. The plane is a Jodel D-140 TF-ULF and the cameras I used was Canon 60D and GoPro 2 and 3. The song is by my friend Jónas Haraldsson. The photographs are by Haukur Snorrason. firstname.lastname@example.org."