You can find fascinating craters in many places in Iceland. Most of the unique ones are quite young in geological terms like Rauðibotn at Fjallabak that erupted as part of the huge eruption at Elgjá around the year 1000. The crater and the surrounding area is a feast for photographers. An unusually complex terrain with many ingredients for landscape photography. Rauðibotn is only viable during summer in its full colours and covered with snow in winter. A visit requires a hike of two to three hours, a 4X4 adventures drive and a reasonably good weather forecast.