Looking West toward Myrdalsjokull from the top of Mount Laki. You can see the Westward chain of craters created by the eruptions in 1783. There is a similar chain of craters on the Eastern side. The eruption split Mount Laki in two.
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It is a bit of a hike to get up onto mount Laki, but there are 4 good directions for shooting the crater-filled landscape.