That looks like something out of a nightmare - almost evil in appearance.
Couple million folks likely would agree with ya!
Very, very dramatic.
THAT, M'Dear, is what is sometimes calledwait for itawesome.At least it would be if one were there in person, with full surround sound, 360 degree three dimensional views and sulphur smell to enhance the experience.
Other than "wow", I just cannot find words to describe such an scene.
Well, I wonder why the lightning activity is so abundant around it?
and that's the monster causing all the flight chaos in Europe. Ash still can't be seen, but it's there!
PPrune now way past one hundred pages on the subject, and that is after many posts have been deleted.
That is a beautiful picture... as long as I never see it in person! -Lu
It is likely UNlikely in Jackson County. At least let's hope so. I have seen smaller eruptions in Hawaii, Indonesia, New Zealand and yes, Iceland. But nothing like that!
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