Low clouds lift to reveal a contrast of lava field and glacier on the second day of the Laugevegur trek. The glacier wraps Herfsdinger and trekkers cross the glacier's tongue - a trekker is on the trail crossing ice in the middle right of the frame. This Laughraun lava field last erupted around 1477. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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