Land of fire by Fotoaguado

Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the Canary Islands and has a volcanic origin. It was born through fiery eruptions and has solidified lava streams as well as extravagant rock formations. The island emerged about 15 million years ago as product of the Canary hotspot. The island, along with others, emerged after the break-up of the African and the American continental plates. The greatest recorded eruptions occurred between 1730 and 1736 in the area now designated Timanfaya National Park.

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Primordial Beauty by efossati

After the summer pause i am back with a new image a bit different from my classical images, is a seascape taken in the beautiful Canary Islands. The black vulcanic rocks and the striking colors of the sunset reminded me a primordial place whenthe world was dominated by the forces of nature.

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Look in the mirror by Carlosmacr

Four years ago, we were visiting Lanzarote, the only island of the Canary Islands we had left to visit. This photography was taken in La Cueva de los Verdes, a tunnel formed by the Corona vulcano.

What you see is a pool inside the case. It is a so perfect reflection, that people could not understand at first sight that it is just water.

Thanks for your visit.

Hace 4 años tuvimos la oportunidad de visitar Lanzarote, la Ășnica isla de las Canarias que nos quedaba por conocer. Esta fotografĂ­a fue tomada en La Cueva de los Verdes, un tĂșnel formado por el volcĂĄn de la Corona.
El reflejo es tan perfecto que algunos no nos dimos cuenta a primera vista de que se trataba simplemente de agua.

Gracias por tu visita y un saludo.

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