Land of Fire

Iceland is a diverse and ever changing landscape of volcanic activity.  Five geothermal plants generate a vast majority of the country’s heating and power need. The land is also rancid with volcanic features, such as fumaroles, hot springs, and the original geyser, Geysir. The red skies in some of the images below comes from the eruption of the Bárðarbunga volcano high up on the Vatnajökull, Iceland’s largest glacier.  

Working Title: Junction (as of 11.03.05)

I’ve always been impressed by the colossal structures we Angelos have built to weave our way around this maze of freeways.   I imagine eons from now: long since has California sunk into the sea, history becomes legend, legend becomes myth, until one fateful day, our Atlantis will be discovered, and entrance and amaze some far off civilization.   Cairo has Pyramids, LA has overpasses, if only we had longevity.  Anyway, where the 5 meets the 405, the 10 to the 110 at the 101, this is LA in a nutshell.