This beautiful place is not really very safe these days. But nobody is telling you. PIC Mike Friedman

This beautiful place is not really very safe these days. But nobody is telling you. PIC Mike Friedman

Turns out hundreds of foreign visitors are herded right up to the Solheimajokull glacier in the South of Iceland. Most of those are blissfully unaware some volcanic activity has been recorded underneath the glacier. Which could, worst case scenario, produce a flash flood in seconds.

This is certainly not the first time local tour operators disregard possible dangers while taking groups around this island of ours. Or perhaps the fascination of witnessing a natural event is simply too strong.

In any case, do take the utmost care. Strong sulfurous smells are associated with possible floods and should these horrible smells get way strong get the fuck out of there a.s.a.p.

Trust us, flash floods from this glaciers take bridges apart like they´re made of matchsticks. Imagine what they can do to a simple human being.

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