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Photographs of The Cordón Caulle Volcano Eruption by Francisco Negroni

Photographs of The Cordón Caulle Volcano Eruption by Francisco Negroni

Photographs of The Cordón Caulle Volcano Eruption by Francisco Negroni

The Cordón Caulle volcano began erupting in June 4th, nike tn pas cher 2011 and is still erupting today. shirt-tshirt When it first erupted, Nike Air Max 2016 Heren Zwart Chilean photographer Francisco Negroni was there with his trusty Nikon D300 to capture the action. nike pas cher These images are so jaw-dropping and mind-blowing that we’re finding it hard to come up with appropriate words for it.

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Terrifying Volcanic Lightning Photographed by Martin Rietze

Terrifying Volcanic Lightning Photographed by Martin Rietze

Terrifying Volcanic Lightning Photographed by Martin Rietze

Martin Rietze, the photographer behind the website Alien Landscapes on Planet Earth, is willing to do whatever it takes to get a great photo even if it means getting near to a volcanic explosion and lightning. According to the Daily Mail, Rietze is a “volcano-chaser,” a particular breed of photographer who takes big risks for big shots.

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Volcano Photography by Liudmila and Andrey

Volcano Photography by Liudmila and Andrey

Volcano Photography by Liudmila and Andrey

It’s not everyday one gets a chance to get up close and photograph a volcanic lava flow but when Plosky Tolbachik, a volcano in the eastern part of Russia became active again after a 36 year dormant period, photographers Andrey and Liudmila braved the dangers and barely got away with these hard-core pictures.

Andrey and Liudmila adventured up the volcano with a team of volcanologists to capture images of the eruptions. At first, they were afraid that they might be hit by bubbling lava but luckily, their volcanologist calmed them down.

They were calmly standing at a safe distance away from the lava flow when tragedy struck, “at some point we realised that something was in the way of lava stream, and it was getting through every hole and crack it could find – or break through. It looks like that the crater, on the edge of which we were standing, actually saved our lives because at least lava started leaking inside it, instead of swelling up the slope.”

One of the volcanologists lost his backpack to the lava flow, but the photographers escaped safely with their sensational pictures.

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