Inside A Dormant Volcano

These are the spectacular images taken by one fearless photographer who descended into the heart of a volcano. The incredible pictures show the extraordinary beauty of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, which is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland. Despite last erupting nearly 4,000 years ago, the volcano is dubbed the ‘sleeping volcano’ because it could come back to life at any time.

These are the spectacular images taken by one fearless photographer who descended into the heart of a volcano. The incredible pictures show the extraordinary beauty of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, which is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland. Despite last erupting nearly 4,000 years ago, the volcano is dubbed the 'sleeping volcano' because it could come back to life at any time.

These are the spectacular images taken by one fearless photographer who descended into the heart of a volcano. The incredible pictures show the extraordinary beauty of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, which is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland. Despite last erupting nearly 4,000 years ago, the volcano is dubbed the 'sleeping volcano' because it could come back to life at any time.

These are the spectacular images taken by one fearless photographer who descended into the heart of a volcano. The incredible pictures show the extraordinary beauty of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, which is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland. Despite last erupting nearly 4,000 years ago, the volcano is dubbed the 'sleeping volcano' because it could come back to life at any time.

These are the spectacular images taken by one fearless photographer who descended into the heart of a volcano. The incredible pictures show the extraordinary beauty of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, which is situated southeast of Reykjavik in Iceland. Despite last erupting nearly 4,000 years ago, the volcano is dubbed the 'sleeping volcano' because it could come back to life at any time.