Close to Yaiza is Timanfaya national park. This is where the most recent eruptions occured.
9 Apr 2018 6:30am
9 Apr 2018 6:34am
How calm the place looks !
9 Apr 2018 10:06am
Amazing how much damage the eruptions can leave behind on the landscape!! Is this normally full of verdant life?
9 Apr 2018 11:37am
@Steven: In this case you could say if it wasn't for volcanoes there wouldn't be an island :) Because of the dry climate here it does take a long time for life to establish itself as will be documented to some degree in later pictures, but this slowness is one of the aspects that makes the place so interesting.
Amazing view ! Thanks for sharing.
9 Apr 2018 11:45am
The texture of the ground is fascinating. WIll there be any new growth in this area?
9 Apr 2018 1:30pm
@Ruthiebear: wait and see :).....all will be revealed
9 Apr 2018 2:15pm
Quel contraste cette montange en fond et sa forme arrondieet la roche tout en forme sueprbe
9 Apr 2018 2:52pm
Beautiful composition of this strange landscape .
9 Apr 2018 6:54pm
9 Apr 2018 9:57pm
This sort of reminds me of when I visited the big island of Hawaii. The lava flow is just amazing. Wonderful point of view.
10 Apr 2018 1:14am
Not how I think of as a national park, but like Elaine said, looks like the lava area on the Big Island of Hawaii.
10 Apr 2018 1:52am
@B. Thomas: There are very good reasons why it is a national park as will be revealed in later postings
SO desolate and the terrain looks a bit like a lizards back. Very cool. I'd like to shoot a movie there.
10 Apr 2018 3:17am
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