The eruption of Eyjafjallajökull in south-central Iceland in April 2010 was one of the most spectacular recent volcanic eruptions in Iceland's long love affair with vulcanology.
The Icelandic team of Einar Eriendsson of Focus on Nature and photographer Ragnar Sigurdsson teamed up in late April with American photographer and Lightroom guru Seth Resnick of D-65 for a spectacular tour of Iceland's ice fields, churches, wild horses, waterfalls and, of course, the eruption.
I went along as a participant and had one of the best times of my life. Great camraderie and new friends, and in the small windows of time in between road trips, Seth brought us all up to speed on our Lightroom skills. Einar and Ragnar were great hosts, and Iceland lived up to its reputation as one of the few last remaining unspoiled wilderness landscapes on Earth.