Krafla Viti is a volcano crater located near lake Myvatn in northern Iceland. It is  filled literally with blue water and surrounded by a geothermal area and colorful moutains. Crater was formed during a 5-year long eruption of Krafla at the beginning of the Myvatn Fires in 1724. On picture it does not look like a huge crater but in reality it takes a few minutes to climb on it. If there were people on the other side of crater you wouldn’t probably see them on picture. Because of the size of the crater I used the Tokina 11-20 mm f/2.8 wide angle lens at 11 mm to show more details in one shot. Thanks to “Tokina Polska” and “NEXT77” who supplied me with this gear. For higher resolution and more Color Digital photographs visit the gallery

Additionally I am attaching below setup preview of taking that photograph. “The making of” picture and video was taken with mobile phone.

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