Documenting Iceland

Amazing Iceland │ Katlahraun │ Early Summer │ Reykjanes Part 15

by: Rafn Sig,-

Katlahraun is lava that flowed about 2,000 years ago and entered the sea. Sudden damming at the shore caused a large, circular lava pond to form. Some lava solidified, but the remaining liquid escaped. The site now contains beutiful and various lava formations.

Katlahraun is a geosite within Reykjanes Uneco Global Geopark.This is an Early Spring video made by the Icelandic Landscape and Nature Documentary Photographer Rafn Sigurbjörnsson..

This is an early summer video made by the Icelandic Landscape and Nature Documentary Photographer Rafn Sigurbjörnsson.
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