1. We at http://www.ArtioFilms.com flew over the eruption in Eyjafjallajokull on April 19, 2010.
    Camera: Arnar Thor Thorisson. Music: Veigar Margeirsson http://www.Veigar.com

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  2. Eyjafjallajokull. Today we landed roughly one kilometer away from the eruption. I shot this for a Reykjavik based helicopter company and the other helicopter is from the Icelandic Coastguard. For more photos and videos you can visit me at http://www.JonGustafsson.com. I used a Canon 5d using a gyro stabilizer. Used two lenses: 16-35mm and 70-200.

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  3. Twilight by the volcano in Eyjafjallajokull. Filmed from the town of Hvolsvollur. Spent most of the day flying ove the eruption with the Helicopter Service of Iceland but grabbed this in the twilight before we headed back home for the night.

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  4. This was the first day the clouds lifted and the volcano was visible. A picture from that flight went worldwide, including Boston.com Best Of The Volcano.

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  5. Volcanic eruption in Vatnajokull. Shot by Jon Gustafsson - http://www.JonGustafsson.com for http://www.ArtioFilms.com .

    Wrote this when I posted this video:
    Haven't really had time to watch the video. Volcano season keeps me pretty busy. I cut it on board the helicopter on the way back from the eruption. Threw some music from the fantastic composer Veigar Margeirsson (http://www.veigar.com) on it and posted it here.

    It took us 90 minutes to fly to Grimsvotn with a strong wind against us. The eruption looked magnificent in the sunset. We got there at 11pm. Once we landed 5 miles away from the crater the cold glacier air hit us like a truck. We tried to work outside but I only lasted for a couple of minutes. Pilot Reynir Petursson also didn’t want to stay on the ground for too long since it was very windy and the ash fall was unpredictable. The light was also disappearing and he needs visual reference which is difficult on a white glacier. Once we got off the ground again we had to stay low because there were so many lightnings all around the eruption. Getting hit by a lightning in that strong wind, extreme frost and next to a live volcano was not desirable. We made it back to Reykjavik at 2am. Now the airspace has been closed in a 20 nautical miles radius because of ash.

    Last time Grimsvotn erupted was in the fall of 2004. At the time I was making the documentary Wrath of Gods http://www.wrathofgods.com and the eruption became a part of the story.

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Volcanos and volcanic eruptions in Iceland

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