Iceland is a showcase, laboratory and wonderland for anyone interested in the living nature. Here the fierce forces are vividly displayed and volcanic activity and related phenomena have become a part of everyday life.

In LAVA – a Brief History of Icelandic Volcanoes, geophysicist, renowned writer and MP, Ari Trausti Guðmundsson, and award-winning photographer, Ragnar Th. Sigurðsson, combine their skills to present the stunning and fierce beauty of the Icelandic volcanoes as well as explaining what goes on below the surface.