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What do you get when you marry two of Earth's most dramatic natural events, lightning and volcanoes? The answer is a "dirty storm," an infernal melange of lightning, magmatic fire and ash. At the Volcán Calbuco in Chile, photographer Francisco Negroni captured these pictures
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Savitha Jul 1
Replying to @iamshinerk
What colors!!
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @AnupamaMathur2
has got amazing pictures
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @SavithaKartha
...amazing pictures on this site
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @Hena19
Indeed- check his site..awesome images there too -
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surgical Goddes🇮🇳 Jul 1
Replying to @iamshinerk
It's very scary too . Too many volcanic eruptions seen in 2 months . Like end is nearing
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @chittisarma18
This is a old picture taken I think 1-2 years back, but looks scary enough. But the photographer is a super lucky person to see such a visual spectacle in front of his eyes.
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Hegde Jul 1
Replying to @iamshinerk
I guess this is what apocalypse looks like.
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @__Hegde
One day... Might be more than 100 times worse than this.... Only if we are alive to see!
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YogiBot Jul 1
Replying to @iamshinerk
Give the photographer a Pulitzer
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @AYogiBot
He already received awards(Epson Palo award or something) for these pictures and these are his award winning pictures.
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Ardeshir Desai Jul 1
Replying to @iamshinerk
Just WOW! Speechless!
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DarkKnight Jul 1
Replying to @desaiardeshir
Bless the photographer for capturing this spectacular award winning visuals👍✌️👏👏👏
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Saif Jul 2
Replying to @iamshinerk @Shumyl
This is long exposure, everything looks dramatic as fuck in long exposure
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DarkKnight Jul 2
Replying to @Malookiyat @Shumyl
The photographer had said"The technique was simple: long exposure, tripod and a 80-200mm lens. Approximately 10 minutes to achieve that incredible image that, without a doubt, is my best photograph of an eruption and I think the best taken in the world."
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Kieran Jul 2
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Millie Rose Jul 2
Holy shit
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Ste Carson Jul 2
Replying to @iamshinerk
Stunning.
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Nige Willson Jul 2
Replying to @iamshinerk
wow!
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