Photographer Mike Mezeul has created an impressive series of images and a 3.5-minute video documentary that depicts the size, scale, and beauty of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano, which has exploded in size since its first appearance in March.

The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland started erupting on March 19 after being dormant for nearly 6,000 years. The eruption’s size has now risen to seven fissures, and the valley has nearly been filled with lava, according to Mezeul, which has also spilled into the valley below.

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