Iceland is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields, massive glaciers and supergood Aurora view in the wintertime. The Vikings used the windpower on their boats and 1000 years ago they built their houses from totally recyclable materials such as turf and rock.
Most of the population lives in Reykjavik, which runs on geothermal green energy power like many other things from the old Viking history. And we have a lot of power from the nature, the wind, the waterfalls and the heat from the ground and sometimes something from the middle of Earth. Sometimes you can see the magma coming up and that has been happening about 20 KM from the Capital. We have active Volcanos that sometimes purre lava up from the middle of Earth. We try to have livestream cameras from the Volcanic areas if it is possible.

Click on the Photos to see a live stream.