Iceland Volcano

Grimsvotn Glacier Lagoon Kirkjubaejarklaustur Ash
Grimsvotn Volcano Kirkjubaejarklaustur Iceland Eclipse Eruption
Grimsvotn Volcano Eruption Kirkjubaejarklaustur Iceland

In this image taken from amateur video, smoke from the Grimsvotn volcano, Iceland is seen from a plane Saturday, May 21, 2011. Iceland’s most active volcano has started erupting, scientists said Saturday, just over a year after another eruption on the North Atlantic island shut down European air traffic for days, but the impact of this volcanic eruption is not yet known. (AP Photo/Amateur video via APTN) ICELAND OUT, TV OUT

A policeman gives directions at a roadblock at the town of Kirkjubaejarklaustur May 22, 2011. Iceland’s most active volcano erupted on Saturday, hurling a plume of ash and smoke far into the sky, which aviation officials were closely monitoring after another volcano shut European airspace for days last year. Authorities banned flights close to the Grimsvotn volcano but an official said the eruption was not expected to affect European airline traffic at least for the next 24 hours. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)