Roaring red hot lava bursting from a snow covered volcano mountain. GREAT PHOTO COMPOSITION of this POWER BEYOND US - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/power-beyond-us/ - in the icy world. An example of how #Twilight pictures when little light is in the sky can create Art Museum worthy Dramatic photos. #DdO:) - Photo source: mococo45magnum on Twitter.
#Akureyri #Iceland great base for exploring the north's green pastures, fishing villages, mudpots, waterfalls, ski fields and whale-filled bays. Signs of the earth’s power – glaciers, volcanoes, lava fields and stacks of basalt – are everywhere, while strange underwater features lure divers and offshore islands are home to colonies of seabirds. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/travel-tips-and-articles/lonely-planets-best-places-in-europe-2015#ixzz3ea8UOdYG
An avalanche is a geophysical hazard involving a slide of a large snow or rock mass down a mountainside, caused when a buildup of material is released down a slope, it is one of the major dangers faced in the mountains in winter. As avalanches move down the slope they may entrain snow from the snowpack and grow in size.
The January issue of National Geographic magazine kicks off a year-long exploration of the power of parks, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Accompanying the cover story are stunning day-to-night images of several national parks.