This relatively small area belongs to the most impressive landscapes in the Canary Islands. Nearly 300 years ago, in a few weeks' time, Lanzarote was expanded by a third because of continuous eruptions of lava that swallowed villages on its way. The area is now UNESCO heritage.
I don't really think these images need a lot of explanation. The colours were created by chemical processes, and still, roughly 200 years after the last eruption, there's nothing that will grow here. NASA uses a secret spot to train their astronauts.
--- 4 Jan 2021, Yaiza (E) ---