A volcano

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In the heat of the moment.

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This photo shows the photogrpaher Kawika Singson taking photos on the lava. It has been widely seen after being posted on facebook and getting an incredible 6 million likes. 

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Volcano boarding - Nicaragua

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Want to go snowboarding but you have no snow? Why not try volcano boarding? It does rather play scratch your snowboard and it is not as soft when you fall butthat can add an extra incentive to stay up.

 

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Volcano eruption as seen from space

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This volcanic eruption took place in 1994 and was seen from the space shuttle Endeavour. It is Kliuchevskoi Volcano in Russia and this photo was taken from a height of 115 miles in the air.

 

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Mount Etna eruption as seen from space

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Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and on this day, the eruption cause the international airport in Fontanarossa to be closed. 

 

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A volcano shadow on the clouds.

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This is Mount Rainier creating an upward shadow on the clouds at sunrise time. This remarkable image occurs only for short periods of time when the conditions are right for a few weeks of the year in winter so capturing the photo is almost as remarkable as the photo itself. 

 

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Volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea

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This is the Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea after it erupted in 2010. The lava flows of recent volcanic eruptions can be clearly seen on the island. 

 

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AWE AND WONDER IMAGES OF VOLCANOES

These volcano images are selected for their power to impress. Each photo captures the awe and wonder of volcanoes and makes the reader think about volcanoes in a different way. From volcanoes seen from space to cameramen catching fire when taking their perfect shot of the volcano, these volcano images offer a different view of the majesty that is volcanoes.
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