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Briksdalsbreen Glacier, Norway

Glaciers running down from Mt McKinley

Volcanic Moonrise, Puebla, Mexico

Moqui Marbles, naturally occurring iron oxide concretions that arise from navajo sandstone. Very prevalent in the Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument.

shifting sand - Aswan, Egypt

a volcano storm

Fire rainbow cloud: The rare phenomenon appeared behind a storm cloud near Delray Beach, Florida

Salt and sulphur formations at Dallol Volcano in Danakil Depression, Ethiopia

Mount Bromo, East Java, Indonesia (by Yaman Ibrahim). Mount Semeru is in the far distance. The Indonesian government estimates,that during the last 400 years, 129 of the country's volcanos have become active

Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull glacier & volcano

Mount Aso, is the largest active volcano in Japan, and is among the largest in the world. Aso has one of the largest calderas in the world (15.5 mi north-south, and 11 mi east-west). The caldera has a circumference of around 75 mi.

Sakurajima is an active composite volcano Kyūshū, Japan. The volcano is located in the Aita caldera, formed in an enormous eruption 22,000 yrs ago. tephra fell as far as 620 mi from the volcano. In 1914 the volcano erupted again. This eruption was the most powerful in 20th century Japan. Since 1955 the volcano has been erupting almost constantly. Thousands of small explosions occur each year. (by Martin Rietze).

Popocatepetl the most active volcano in Mexico

Guatamala, Santa Maria, 12/29/2009. Santa Maria ia a large active volcano in the Western Highlands of Guatemala, close to the city of Quetzaltenango. Last eruption 2013 (continuing): Elevation 12,375 ft. Its eruption in 1902 (VEI 6) was one of the four largest eruptions of the 20th century, after the 1912 Novarupta and 1991 Pinatubo eruptions. It is also one of the five biggest eruptions of the past 200 (and probably 300) years.

✮ A volcano comes to life with smoke and lava ... amazing shot!

ancient lava flows in Ethiopia's Afar Depression

Smoke and lava erupting from Tungurahua Volcano creates an illusion of a face emerging from the crater. December, 2011 near Banos, Ecuador.

Lava tube directly into the ocean. Waves crashing up against the lava causing explosions

Dallol volcano, Ethiopia. Unique in that lava does not flow from it.

Lava flowing into the ocean.

Eyjafjallajokull Lava Falls - Iceland

River of lava boils down the mountainside into the sea in Hawaii.

Lava barrels

The lava fields of Kilauea, Hawaii

Kalapana Lohi Pāhoehoe - Lava