We are with “Most Dangerous & Unforgettable Volcano Photographs” where you can see how beautifully and artistically the Photographers has captured these photographs. Here it will not be wrong to say that everyone is helpless before God and no one has the power to stay against him, wether it is the super power of the world.
The best example is the destruction cause by the volcano few days ago. That the most developed countries had to delay their flights for many days due to this natural calamity. Hope you like all of these special showcase of best captured Pictures, leave your comments.
In this photo released by Sernageomin-Onemi, Lava explodes from the Llaima volcano, one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, in Cherquenco, Chile, early Thursday, July 10, 2008. The 9,400-foot (3,120-meter) volcano grew more dangerous after activity had decreased in recent days. (AP Photo/Sernageomin-Onemi) from boston.com
This image released by Alaska Volcano Observatory on Sunday July 13, 2008 shows the Okmok Caldera in Alaska as viewed from an Alaska Airlines jet in early June, 2007. The 3,500-foot Okmok Caldera, which consists of a 6-mile-wide circular crater about 1,600 feet deep, erupted with little warning Saturday morning July 12, 2008, just hours after seismologists at the Alaska Volcano Center began detecting a series of small tremors. (AP Photo/ Alaska Volcano Observatory) from boston.com
This photo of a plume of ash rising through a cloud layer over Chaiten, Chile was taken from aboard the International Space Station on May 5th, 2008. (Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center) from boston.com