Some of the awe-inspiring photos from photographer Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson’s new book Magma: Icelandic Volcanoes.
About the book:
After years of recording Iceland’s volcanoes up close, Sigurdsson undertook his latest project, to collect and preserve as many photographs of Icelandic volcanoes as he could find. Along with geophysicist Ari Trausti Gudmundsson, his friend for 25 years, Sigurdsson pored over archives, scanning and preserving hundreds of photos of eruptions on the small Nordic island. They are collected in the recently published book Magma: Icelandic Volcanoes.
You can see more images in the Time gallery Iceland: Living With Volcanoes gallery or you can see them all by buying the book.