Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Crazy Volcano! {Photo Mosaic}


1. Batu Tara Volcano, 2. Mayon Volcano, Albay, Philippines, 3. Rabaul volcano, 4. Ash column at Mt. Etna

The volcano Eyjafjallajökull, in Iceland, is in eruption, creating a bit of a mess in most of Europe.
For more info: here.

12 comments:

Kelly said...

My 5 year old son was just asking me lots of questions about volcanoes the other day. I'll have to tell him about this so we can check it out together.
He'll love these photos too.

Kelly said...

My 5 year old son was just asking me all about volcanoes the other day. We'll have to look this up together - he will love it. He would really like your mosaic too, as I do. :)

Kelly said...

My 5 year old son was just asking me all about volcanoes the other day. We'll have to look this up together - he will love it. He would really like your mosaic too, as I do. :)

ArtMind said...

I've been trying to pronounce the name of the Icelandic volcano and every time, it seems like my tongue ends up in a knot! LOL :)
I love volcanoes even though I fell off one in Mexico long long ago! ;)

cri-cri said...

that such beautiful things can harm so many things...

Sabahnur said...

ohh adorable mosaic! they looks awesome altoughy they make mess:)

florcita said...

ahahaha crazy indeed! Que buenas fotos!!!

Ooty said...

amazing mosaic!!! And the "mess" is worldwide... even here we "feel" it, but nature as always is bigger than us
=)

Star of the East said...

The power of nature is huge!

ira said...

Incredible isn't it Maria? I was growing up surrounding by this mother nature so nothing too shocking for me. What made me shocking how European Governments react to it:)))

BARBARIX said...

Incredible the strenght of mother nature!!

Rosina said...

We have been watching the recent eruption on the news and it is amazing!! So destructive yet unbelievably beautiful at the same time :)

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