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Trifolium stellatum / Trifoglio stellato

Trifolium stellatum / Trifoglio stellato

MAMMA

MAMMA

The incredible volcanic landscapes of Iceland, according to Andre ErmolaevLo that at first sight may seem abstract paintings are in reality with aerial photographs made by the Russian maestira Andre Site. Iceland currently has 30 active volcanoes that make up the entire landscape.

The incredible volcanic landscapes of Iceland, according to Andre ErmolaevLo that at first sight may seem abstract paintings are in reality with aerial photographs made by the Russian maestira Andre Site. Iceland currently has 30 active volcanoes that make up the entire landscape.

Volcanic Landscape, Dallol, Danakil Desert, Ethiopia, Africa

Volcanic Landscape, Dallol, Danakil Desert, Ethiopia, Africa

Aerial view of volcanic landscape in Iceland

Aerial view of volcanic landscape in Iceland

Volcanic landscape, wolverxne:  Svartifoss, Iceand | by: { Tim James }

Volcanic landscape, wolverxne: Svartifoss, Iceand | by: { Tim James }

Volcano. Ok so obviously I cannot actually go here, but this view is unbelievable.

Volcano. Ok so obviously I cannot actually go here, but this view is unbelievable.

ETHIOPIA – Danakil depression – Dallol by Michel and Anne-Marie DETAY

ETHIOPIA – Danakil depression – Dallol by Michel and Anne-Marie DETAY

hell is near. vulcanic landscape. mývatn. iceland.

hell is near. vulcanic landscape. mývatn. iceland.

Bill✔️  . "Wonderful Waimangu is the largest geothermal park in New Zealand" it is low centre of this image.  The Wonderful lake, mid-photo is Blue Lake, and to its left, equally famous Green Lake, the site of the "Buried Village", which was smothered in volcanic ash, burying a small Maori village, Te Wairoa. Mount Tawarewa exploded in 1886, killing 120 people in that village. Immediately behind the Green Lake, and in the image the mountain with no top and no vegetation, is Mt Tawarewa…

Bill✔️ . "Wonderful Waimangu is the largest geothermal park in New Zealand" it is low centre of this image. The Wonderful lake, mid-photo is Blue Lake, and to its left, equally famous Green Lake, the site of the "Buried Village", which was smothered in volcanic ash, burying a small Maori village, Te Wairoa. Mount Tawarewa exploded in 1886, killing 120 people in that village. Immediately behind the Green Lake, and in the image the mountain with no top and no vegetation, is Mt Tawarewa…

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