A fourth fissure opened at the Fagradalsfjall eruption site in Iceland on April 10, 2021. The fissure is located halfway between those that opened on April 5 and 7.
Luckily, conditions allowed residents to return close to the volcano over the weekend and produce a new batch of spectacular images and videos.
A few more photos from last night when it got a little darker. The last shot shows the whole valley of lava and eruptions (except where it spills down into a lower valley behind the blue lights). #volcano #iceland #icelanderuption #icelanderuption #lava pic.twitter.com/iPdIXxmhdB— Brian Emfinger (@brianemfinger) April 10, 2021
Some video from tonight in Iceland! Authorities extended the hours for people to hike in and stay past sunset so many people got to see the volcano at its most vivid. #Iceland #icelandVolcano #IcelandEruption #volcano #lava— Brian Emfinger (@brianemfinger) April 10, 2021
Full video here: https://t.co/JgQ55DRnk1 pic.twitter.com/FZnpVow5s6
Featured image credit: University of Iceland