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Tramonto su Giardini Naxos. by Mirko Chessari on 500px

Tramonto su Giardini Naxos. by Mirko Chessari on 500px

Iceland is called 'The Land of Ice and Fire' for a good reason. The glaciers and cold climate mixed with volcanoes and geothermal activity is undeniably an interesting combination. There is seldom eruptions, but activity is going on all the time. Nature is for real up here, in all its mystery, which you will see when you travel here.

Iceland is called 'The Land of Ice and Fire' for a good reason. The glaciers and cold climate mixed with volcanoes and geothermal activity is undeniably an interesting combination. There is seldom eruptions, but activity is going on all the time. Nature is for real up here, in all its mystery, which you will see when you travel here.

River of molten lava, close-up, Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, The Big Island, Hawaii.

River of molten lava, close-up, Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, The Big Island, Hawaii.

The Etna volcano Photo by Rosario Patanè -- National Geographic Your Shot

The Etna volcano Photo by Rosario Patanè -- National Geographic Your Shot

Acid lakes at the Dallol Volcano in Danakil Desert, Ethiopia. Unique in that lava does not flow from it. Photo by Carsten Peter http://reversehomesickness.com/africa/hottest-inhabited-place-on-earth-dallol

Acid lakes at the Dallol Volcano in Danakil Desert, Ethiopia. Unique in that lava does not flow from it. Photo by Carsten Peter http://reversehomesickness.com/africa/hottest-inhabited-place-on-earth-dallol

Inside Iceland's crystal cave: Mesmerising snaps reveal ripples of emerald blue ice mixed with volcanic ash under magical glacier Breidamerkurjokull | Daily Mail

Photographer captures mesmerising images of magical ice cavern

Inside Iceland's crystal cave: Mesmerising snaps reveal ripples of emerald blue ice mixed with volcanic ash under magical glacier Breidamerkurjokull | Daily Mail

Erupting volcano - Most of the geodes that we find today were actually created when ancient Volcanoes erupted!    As the lava cooled, air bubbles became trapped inside creating empty pockets.  Over millions of years these pockets filled with the minerals which hardened into the beautiful crystal treasure we find today!

Did you know that Geodes were formed by Ancient Volcanoes?

Erupting volcano - Most of the geodes that we find today were actually created when ancient Volcanoes erupted! As the lava cooled, air bubbles became trapped inside creating empty pockets. Over millions of years these pockets filled with the minerals which hardened into the beautiful crystal treasure we find today!

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