ETNA VOLCANO PHOTOS
- Activity in November 2006 (Part 5) - Lava flows from the 3050 vent West of SE crater (2) -
3 November 2006: The lava from the 3050 m vent (2)
|On 3 November, the flow is still active, but the eastern branch (right side) near the vent is no longer active (compare with photos from 1 November).|
Surface of the thin, sheet-like lava flow.
The heat above the broad lava flow blurs the air.
|The rainstorm the night before has brought patches of snow to the upper parts of Etna.||Visitors at the lava flow.|
|Sunset at the lava flow||Many visitors meet at the lava flow, where it is also comfortably warm, despite air temperatures that drop below minus 10 degrees C after sunset...|
|People climbing on the slope of Bocca Nuova.||The branching lava flow at night, spreading out in the flat area.||Karen taking photos of the lava.|
|Spectators watching the magical lava...||Sandwich time ! (Marco, Karen and Thorsten and the full moon)||Bocca Nuova and the young SE cone, who permitted itself to cut its knive through its larger neighour's flank...|
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