The river of fire caught on camera by intrepid photographers who climbed erupting Russian volcano
As the powerful volcano grumbles beneath their feet, one brave couple refused to let their fear take over and captured these beautiful pictures of lava breaking through the surface.
The eruption at the Plosky Tolbachik volcano on Kamchatka Peninsula, east Russia, saw a river of fiery lava flow down the mountain, underneath a bright full moon.
These stunning pictures of the volcano were taken by daredevil bloggers Liudmila and Andrey.
Kingdom of lava: The volcano spills over in a river of molten rock underneath a bright full moon
Calm seas: The lava river flows down the mountain on Kamchatka Peninsula, far-east Russia
The travelling pair were visiting the site with a group of volcanologist and what started out as a quiet lava flow, soon turned into an inferno.
'We had been standing up quietly, sipping vodka. Lava was flowing past calmly,' Andrey told Siberian Times.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
River Of Fire
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