|Photo - University of Iceland, Armann Hoskuldsson|
Bardabunga volcano has been in the news the last few days for an eruption that is occurring essentially under its crowning glacier, creating the risk of flooding from the melting glacier. Then today, it burst out of its icy sheath, thus far not a massive eruption but colorful none the less. Live Science describes it spewing forth lava nearly 200 feet (60 meters) into the air.
This is located in the south central part of the country, not where we went nor is it a roadside sight. Because of the volcanic studies that are ongoing in Iceland, we have a lot more information on this active volcano. They haven't so far developed a way for you to feel the heat on your computer, but you can watch it 24 hours a day at here or from closer up at this link.
Lots more details are at Live Science.