In many places in Iceland is single way bridge on the ring road NR 1 be extra careful when you see sign like this:
This sign say it is single way bridge in head and should be extra careful because that car who come first at the bridge have priority over the bridge .
Single Way Bridge should look like this when you are coming to it:
Be careful ,be careful,it have been terrible accident on single way bridges because people have not been paying attention and not understand what the sign mean before this bridges.
Over the summertime take an extra note it can be sheep on the road as the picture show.
Drive slowly near the sheep you never know when they are running over the road.
The Reynisfjara in the south island or Reynisbeach should be called the Death beach so dangerous it is.
The wave there is very dangerous though they look like innocent, be aware of not go to near the sea.
Take notes of the sign before you go to the beach and read read read what the sign are saying.
4 people have die there in last 5 years. 1 did die there in February he where captured by the wave and when the wave catch you, you have little change to over live it.
The eruption ended on February 27th, 2015. The Holuhraun lava field measures more than 85 square km.
The restricted area extends 20 m outside the edges of the new lava field, to the edge of Dyngjujökull glacier on the south side, the river Jökulsá á Fjöllum to the east and to the westernmost branches of Jökulsá á Fjöllum in the west.
This decision is based on a risk assessment from the Icelandic Meteorological Office covering risk factors in the area. The Icelandic Meteorological Office has also proposed countermeasures to increase public safety close to the restricted area.
The Police, in cooperation with Vatnajökull National Park, will provide a presence in the area to secure public safety, in close collaboration with the Icelandic Meteorological Office. These institutions will try to install further monitoring equipment to add to the existing monitoring system in the area to increase monitoring so that warnings may be issued if necessary.
Vatnajökull National Park will issue locations of viewing areas. Information on evacuation routes will be issued by officers on site.
This video was taken last Tuesday by Jón Stefánsson ArtioFilms. The volcano have been active from 29.august and still no seeing it is going to stop for the next weeks. The lava flow is around 50 m3/sec.