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Watch this breathtaking drone video of a volcanic eruption

Aerial filmmaker Stefan Forster has created an extraordinary piece of work that captures the breathtaking beauty of a volcanic eruption.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Trends, Drones, Dji, Quadcopters, Volcano, Iceland, Mavic, Stefan Forster


No, ‘volcano selfies’ are not a good idea (especially during eruptions)

A report from the Royal Geographical Society notes how more and more people are traveling around the world to erupting volcanoes in a bid to snap dramatic shots for their social media followers. But it's not always a great idea. The post No, ‘volcano selfies’ are not a good idea (especially during eruptions) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Mobile, Photography, News, Selfies, Selfie, Trends, Social Media, Volcanoes, Volcano, Royal Geographical Society


No, ‘volcano selfies’ are not a good idea (especially if it’s erupting)

A report from the Royal Geographical Society notes how more and more people are traveling around the world to erupting volcanoes in a bid to snap dramatic shots for their social media followers. But it's not always a great idea. The post No, ‘volcano selfies’ are not a good idea (especially if it’s erupting) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Mobile, Photography, News, Selfies, Selfie, Trends, Social Media, Volcanoes, Volcano, Royal Geographical Society


Lava, the Milky Way, the Moon, Mars, Saturn and an Iridium Flare in one image

Yes, it’s possible. I did indeed capture what you see above in one shot. Although some of the Internet seems to disagree, it’s true. What you see above is the Milky Way, the moon, Mars, Saturn, an iridium flare, and lava from the Kilauea Volcano of Hawaii. I took this image during my visit to […] The post Lava, the Milky Way, the Moon, Mars, Saturn and an Iridium Flare in one image appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Astrophotography, Hawaii, Lava, Volcano, Landscape Photography, Kilauea Volcano, Mike Mezeul II


Astronaut takes a breathtaking photo of Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea from space

It’s been two weeks now since Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea erupted and it still shows no signs of slowing down. Since its initial eruption, we’ve seen a lot of videos and photos of its destruction. However, this photo taken by astronaut Drew Feustel from ISS is arguably among the most breathtaking. Feustel posted the photo on Twitter […] The post Astronaut takes a breathtaking photo of Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea from space appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Twitter, Photography, News, Nasa, Hawaii, Lava, Volcano, Iss, Kilauea, Usgs, Feustel, Drew Feustel, Mt. Kilauea


Here is an aerial video view of the huge volcano fissure eruption in Hawaii

One of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kilauea in Hawaii’s Big Island, erupted on Thursday. The eruption is threatening hundreds of homes, as molten lava is bursting from fissures that opened in the Leilani Estates. Mick Kalber has filmed the eruption from a helicopter. It shows the biggest fissure eruption he has seen so far: […] The post Here is an aerial video view of the huge volcano fissure eruption in Hawaii appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Hawaii, Lava, Volcano, Kilauea, Big Island, Aerial Video, Mick Kalber


This photo shows a rare symmetrical 65-foot tall dome of lava

Volcano eruptions are impressive and photogenic, as we’ve seen many times before. But a very unusual and spectacular photo was recently shared on United States Geological Survey’s Twitter page. It shows a lava dome rising up to 65 feet (20m), and it looks like a scene from a sci-fi movie. Dome fountain of episode 10, […] The post This photo shows a rare symmetrical 65-foot tall dome of lava appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Lava, Volcano, United States Geological Survey


Spectacular photos of an active volcano in Bali

You may have heard that Mount Agung, an active volcano in the Indonesian island of Bali, started erupting Saturday. It just so happens that my friend Kyle Kesterson is currently traveling there. He's staying in Ubud, about two hours away from the volcano. On Wednesday, he shared his experience of getting to and witnessing the eruption, alongside some really stunning photos: While I appreciate the concern for my safety as messages have been pouring in about Mt Agung’s current eruptions the la...
Tags: Post, Photography, News, Bali, Indonesia, Volcano, Ubud, Valeria, Mount Agung, Agung, Kyle Kesterson


These are the photos from Iceland’s largest volcanic eruption in over 200 years

Iceland is one of the destinations on my bucket list. And while I’m gradually saving up and making plans, I enjoy looking at the photos from this magical place. Photographer Axel Sigurðarson is lucky to live there, and he’s spent a large part of his life exploring this country. When Bárðarbunga volcano had its largest […] The post These are the photos from Iceland’s largest volcanic eruption in over 200 years appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Lava, Volcano, Iceland, Aerial Photography, Axel Sigurdarson, Axel Sigurðarson


This couple had a wedding photoshoot inside a volcano

Malaysian photographer Keow wee Loong is known for his extreme photoshoots. This time, he followed a wedding couple to the crater of Ijen volcano complex in Indonesia. Surrounded by rocks and smoke, they ended up with the photos that look like they were taken on another planet. Danny Ong and Krystle Tee wanted to have […] The post This couple had a wedding photoshoot inside a volcano appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Indonesia, Volcano, Extreme, Wedding Photography, Keow Wee Loong, Crazy Wedding Photography, Ijen, Danny Ong, Krystle Tee


Spectacular nighttime volcanic eruption photo wins National Geographic's top prize

National Geographic's Travel Photographer of the Year Contest has announced the 2017 winner, and the grand prize went to Sergio Tapiro Velasco for this otherworldly shot of Mexico's Colima volcano erupting at night. (more…)
Tags: Travel, Post, Family, Photography, Kids, News, Mexico, Volcano, National Geographic, Photograph, Colima, Sergio Tapiro Velasco


On Photo Safari: The Serengeti and Lake Natron

When I booked my initial trip to Tanzania and lined up my 9 day safari through Tarangire, Lake Natron, the Serengeti and Ngornogoro Crater I justified splurging a bit, the length of the trip, and the cost, by telling myself it was the trip of a decade. The mental math was clear – I’d have an incredible 9 days of safari, but would return having sated my need for a follow up for the foreseeable future. As it turns out, I could not have been more wrong.  As I write this post, I’m already dreaming o...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Landscape, Photography, Wild, Planes, Africa, Cranes, Elephant, Elephants, ISO, Photo, Safari, Emptiness, Nature, Wildlife


These Photographs Of Volcanic Eruptions And Textures Are Mind Blowing

Long exposure photography is a tough but very rewarding genre where one can capture the movements of elements around. There are times when photographers get to any extreme to capture the beauty of the things around them, in the sense that, they do not even worry about the risks involved. This week, we have an internationally recognised and leading volcano and nature photographer G. Brad Lewis, who is also called the Volcano-man and has shot some award winning and incredible photos of volcanoes. ...
Tags: Utah, Photography, Nbc, Disney, Earth, Alaska, Hawaii, Volcano, Cbs, Kilauea, Big Island, Cool Photos, Brad, Kilauea Volcano, Brooks Range, Wasatch Mountains


Watch this BBC film crew narrowly escape a volcanic eruption

A BBC film crew had a lucky escape recently when Italy's Mount Etna suddenly erupted during filming. The camera operator kept the video rolling as the crew — along with dozens of tourists — ran to safety. The post Watch this BBC film crew narrowly escape a volcanic eruption appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Bbc, Italy, Volcano, Eruption, Mount Etna, Camera Crew


Watch: BBC crew caught in Mount Etna explosion, captured the moment on camera

A group of tourists have suffered minor injuries after they were caught up in the erupting volcano Mount Etna in Sicily. BBC team was among the group, recording. And when the volcano burst out, they caught the explosion on camera. BBC science reporter Rebecca Morelle was at the scene, and she described the event. When […] The post Watch: BBC crew caught in Mount Etna explosion, captured the moment on camera appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Bbc, Volcano, Mount Etna, Rebecca Morelle, Photographing Active Volcano, Sicily BBC


Video Blogging Tanzania’s Incredible National Parks and My Safari Experience

For this year’s extended winter trip I found a great price on airfare from Copenhagen to Dar Es Salaam.  Even though I was a bit unsure on what the weather would be like (would it be rainy? Did I need to watch out for malaria? Had I already missed the flamingos and the great migration?) I did a little added research and then decided to go for it. Initially I was torn – should I try and use one of the local budget airlines to jump down to South Africa or up to Kenya? Or should I just give it a go...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Photography, Video, Adventure, Africa, Photo, Safari, Nature, Unesco, South Africa, National Parks, Tourism, Backpacking, How To, Tips


When fire meets water: this epic time-lapse captures the power of lava flowing into the ocean

Lava flowing into the ocean is a magnificent sight. In December 2016, it was the first time in over 3 years that the lava flow was entering the ocean in Hawaii. Photographer Jack Fusco didn’t want to miss this opportunity. So, he checked weather reports, moon phases, and National Park Service website. He packed his gear […] The post When fire meets water: this epic time-lapse captures the power of lava flowing into the ocean appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Hawaii, Timelapse, Lava, Volcano, Time-lapse, National Park Service, Time-lapse Photography


A Day and a Half Spent Driving Snæfellsnes Peninsula in Photos

Is a four day solo road trip through Iceland enough to properly explore the country? Absolutely not. But, it sure does make for one heck of a brilliant teaser. My visit to Iceland’s Westfjords left off as I hopped the small car ferry from the Ferry Baldur terminal. The ferry took me across perfectly flat seas, stopped briefly at the car-less island of Flatey, and continued on before docking at Stykkishólmur on  Snæfellsnes peninsula. The following day and a half was spent exploring Snæfellsnes, ...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Europe, Photography, Wild, Horses, Mountain, Photo, Nature, Ferry, Tourism, Backpacking, How To, Volcano, Island, Tour


I can feel Guatemala calling me back

WITH A CARY-ON SIZED BACKPACK containing everything I own, I took a speedboat up from Colombia to Panama. I made my way north to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, and then finally to Guatemala. Month by month, bus by bus. Through countless conversations with other travelers, local beers consumed, and travel stories exchanged, there are some common truths that we’ve all come to understand. Here is one such truth: Guatemala is a haven for backpackers. Cascading pools of Semuc Champey Take these ...
Tags: Travel, Photography, People, Photo, Colombia, Culture, Unesco, Backpacking, Volcano, Guatemala, Photo Essay, Central America, Panama, Antigua, Kayaking, Lake Atitlan


GE installs advanced sensors to monitor an active volcano

GE is using advanced sensors to monitor an active volcano, and they are sharing the whole expedition on social media with Facebook Live videos as well as Instagram, and Snapchat. The post GE installs advanced sensors to monitor an active volcano appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Ge, Instagram, Trends, Web, Sensors, Outdoor, Volcano, Cool Tech, Predix


Mother nature smiles back through the mouth of an active volcano

Kīlauea is an active shield volcano in Hawaii. It is the most active of five which make up the island. During a flyover by with Paradise Helicopters, documentary maker Mick Kalber captured what can only be described as a giant smiley. It appears that nature is not without a sense of humour. The volcano is somewhere between 300,000 and 600,000 years [...] The post Mother nature smiles back through the mouth of an active volcano appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Hawaii, Volcano, Kilauea, Emoticon, Smiley, Mick Kalber


Photo of the Week: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Dirty Thunderstorm

Japan’s Mount Sakurajiwa isn’t half as famous—or big—as Mount Fuji. But it still knows how to put on a show. The post Photo of the Week: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Dirty Thunderstorm appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Landscape, Photography, Japan, Science, Photo, Volcano, Photo Of The Week


A guide to volcano hiking in Indonesia

With more than 120 active volcanoes, Indonesia is a hive of seismic activity. An archipelago dotted across an area the width of the United States, every vista is backed by the profile of a nearby volcano. Audley Travel specialist Mat Hall shares his memories of hiking some of these volcanoes and experiencing the volcanic geology first-hand. After first visiting Indonesia, I compared my photos to a friend’s pictures, taken a few years before. They both showed the same landscapes, but their feat...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Photography, Featured, Bali, Indonesia, Hiking, Singapore, World, Nature, Leisure, United States, Walking, Guest Post, Oman, Volcano


Supermodel flies over active volcano in wingsuit for GoPro stunt

Shooting an active volcano with a drone? Boring. This model and professional jumper captured the lava of Villacarria in a wingsuit jump from 15,000 feet in the latest GoPro stunt. The post Supermodel flies over active volcano in wingsuit for GoPro stunt appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Volcano, Gopro, Action Camera, Cool Tech


8 Stunning Photo Galleries of Our Precious Planet

From ancient trees to lightning striking a volcano, WIRED presents our favorite photos of the natural world. The post 8 Stunning Photo Galleries of Our Precious Planet appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Photography, Space, Science, Photo, Volcano, Earth Day



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