It's been 24 hrs since the eruption in Grimsvötn Volcano in Vatnajökull glacier started. It's not as picturesque as the previous eruptions last year, but here are some of the pictures that have been caught from the eruption and the ash fall south of the glacier.
Norðurflug, the helicopter service that flew both tourists and camera crews to Eyjafjallajokull Volcano last year, flew a camera crew on to the glacier earlier today which got some incredible footage! Image by Anton Brink/visir.is.
Fantastic image showing the plume rising up from the Vatnajökull glacier and the ash spreading fast in the strong wind in the area. Image from visir.is.
A thick layer of volcanic ash is laying like a carpet over everything below the glacier, like we see on this Nissan Sunny (or mayby Not-So-Sunny) in Kirkjubæjarklaustur. There's no sign of it in Reykjavik though. Image Egill Adalsteinsson.
The bright summer nights are not so bright. The darkness of the ash fall was so black when it was worst that people could barely see their own feet even though they searched for them with a flash light! Image from dv.is.
Live is really hard for birds and livestock now. The lambs are just being born and not all survived the night. Farmers are trying to get their sheep, horses and other live stock back to the houses. Image dv.is.
No matter how well you try to close doors and windows, the ash gets through everything. Image visir.is.
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