Lakagígar (Craters of Laki) by Victoria Rogotneva on 35PHOTO (Larger)
“Laki or Lakagígar (Craters of Laki) is a volcanic fissure in the south of
Iceland…” [Wikipedia]. Scene of a catastrophe — the 1783 eruption
along a 24km crack in the earth killed 20% of the Icelandic population,
and more than 6 million worldwide starved because of lowered global temperatures.
The end of the Day by Andy Farrer on Flickr (Larger)
“The warm afternoon light bathing Corfe Castle and Rollington Hill in the distance. The gorse in full bloom really adds to the warmth of the evening light this time of year [May].”
Ghost Island by Ermolytskyy Alexander on 35PHOTO (Larger)
“There are places in the world where the usual laws do not apply.
There trees grow on rocks and stones float on the surface of the water
and dissolve into the mists. You can close your eyes, lie down
on a cloud and float across the sky, enjoying the pleasant coolness.
“Russia, Krasnoyarsk region, country park Ergaki, Lake Artists.”