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barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2012 5:28PM
ammazing structure ... is it natural ?
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
7 Sep 2012 5:33PM
A very fine image, most interesting--- has been a crater for some time!
CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
7 Sep 2012 5:34PM
Has it been created naturally, or for some reason, Peter? Whatever, it's a fine capture. Carol
basith_am 8 7 Sri Lanka
7 Sep 2012 5:37PM
nice image..
well caught.
Jasper87 Plus
11 2.7k 158 England
7 Sep 2012 5:45PM
It does look like a slag heap but Iceland is full of intriguing volcanic features.

Dave
RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
7 Sep 2012 5:48PM
The story of Iceland, created by volcanic activity: excellent shot showing off this particular crater and of the two versions the coloured one strikes a chord with me, Peter.
What a wonderful land to have visited.
Ronnie.
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.8k 2408 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2012 6:00PM
A little crater left high and dry as the surrounding land has eroded. These uploads are a lesson in Geography.
Colour for me. I want to see those signs of green life.
Moira
andylea 12 37 1 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2012 6:34PM
fantastic capture peter love the colour and light v1 for me today a cracker nice one Wink
andy
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2012 9:51PM
Impressive, if you like voulcano's landscape visit Lanzarotte
(Timanfaya park) has the most amazing different colours of ash, pink red, grey... and lots of incredible craters. Some of them still alive and very interesting to see.
I like both of your shots. V2 makes it more dramatic in my view. Well seen. IB
danbrann 16 640 17
8 Sep 2012 11:33AM
Tre,mendous Peter. It is great to see things we don't have in this country.
dmhuynh72 13 44 3 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2012 2:23PM
i prefer the mono.
regards
Yung
jinstone Plus
15 6 1 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2012 4:37PM
Both impressive but my vote goes with the colour one.

Some of these craters event though they still look relatively new are thousands of years old, but still relatively youg in geological terms, where abouts was this one?
Regards
Jeremy
jaktis Plus
17 84 Sweden
9 Sep 2012 5:41PM
This is called Grábrók

Peter
NeilWigan Plus
10 17 16 England
11 Sep 2012 9:04PM
V1 for me its a good record shot of natures sculpting .

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