If you don't want to wait until the news brings the story, tune in to RUV's livestream: ruv.is/hekla. Here you can see the notorious vulcano around the clock. Or at least for the daytime hours, as I don't think they have provided stage lights over there.
As for what I think of the lock on North/West Europe's airspace, I'm enjoying every second of it. Sad for those who are stranded, of course. But perhaps we should take the recent events as a wake-up call. Maybe we've been taking the possibility of flying around the world a little but too much for granted.
I'm saying maybe, but I'm quite sure of it.
Nature is answering back, in these clear words: "Don't mess with me! I have a fist, and I'm ready to use it"
And on a sidenote, we're all afraid of the ash harming us. But didn't I learn in geography class in school that vulcanic eruptions leave very fertile ground behind?
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