Blue Biggs Jasper stone. Blue Biggs Jasper is a silicated volcanic ash. It was formed during a volcanic eruption and is part of a Miocene series of rocks called the John Day Formation, near Biggs, Oregon, USA. It is a decorative stone used for jewellery and trinkets.
Exclusively at ABC, these hand-formed ceramics by Icelandic artist Bjarni Sigurdsson are finished in a natural glaze made from the volcanic ashes of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption. Hauntingly beautiful in an array of colors, these pieces emanate the energies of natural geothermic phenomena.
Bill✔️ . "Wonderful Waimangu is the largest geothermal park in New Zealand" it is low centre of this image. The Wonderful lake, mid-photo is Blue Lake, and to its left, equally famous Green Lake, the site of the "Buried Village", which was smothered in volcanic ash, burying a small Maori village, Te Wairoa. Mount Tawarewa exploded in 1886, killing 120 people in that village. Immediately behind the Green Lake, and in the image the mountain with no top and no vegetation, is Mt Tawarewa. Bill…
An Ice cave in Vatnajökull ice cap, southern Iceland. Vatnajökull is the largest ice cap in Europe, around 3,100 km³ constanly changing it's formation. The texture on the "floor" is snow mixed with volcanic ash from Grímsvötn, the latest erupting volcano in Iceland, erupting in may 2011.