Fagradalsfjall Volcano photo print
Yoan Guerreiro is a travel photographer and drone FPV pilot from Portugal. Check out his photos, buy his art prints and presets. Connect and create powerful collabs.
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  • Printed on Professional Photographic Satin Paper (semigloss);
  • Prints are unframed with no borders;
  • Natural white, matte, ultra smooth background;


Sizing options

  • 20cm x 30cm;
  • 30cm x 40cm;



Once the photo has been printed and dispatched (usually within 72 hours of order), you’ll receive an email with tracking information and an estimated delivery date.

All prints will be rolled up and shipped in a tube.

*Any custom and duty fees are the responsibility of the customer and will not be covered by Yoan Guerreiro*


Capture the awe-inspiring power and natural beauty of Iceland’s Fagradalsfjall volcano with this stunning top-down drone photo print. From an aerial perspective, witness the raw intensity of the volcanic activity as molten lava flows from the crater, painting the rugged landscape with fiery hues. This captivating print showcases the mesmerizing contrast between the glowing lava streams and the surrounding volcanic terrain. Add a touch of otherworldly wonder to your space with this unique and visually striking artwork.

“The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland awoke from 6000 years of sleep when it erupted in 2021 and again in 2022, but is currently inactive. The eruption site is decorated with freshly made lava formations and volcanic craters, providing visitors with a one-of-a-kind experience.

  • The hike all the way to the new eruption site is about 7 km (4.4 miles) each way, with an elevation gain of 300 meters (990 feet). Depending on the conditions, there are three routes (hiking & parking information). Path A is the most used and follows the graded path from the 2021 eruption and then progresses to a well-marked path across very rocky terrain mixed with loose gravel and spongy, mossy areas. At the eruption site, steep cliff areas consist of loose scree. Plan for your average hiker to spend at least 2-3 hours on just the hike. Shorter hikes also offer great views of the craters and closeness to new lava (see the map here).”


Gear used:

Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Pro


For special requests send a message to info@yoanguerreiro.com or fill out this form.

If you have another photography in mind to decorate your space, check my Instagram page, where I have most of my best photos gathered.

Dimensions N/A

20×30, 30×40