By Maggie Koerth-Baker at 8:55 am Wed, Apr 4, 2012
Volcano Tungurahua in Ecuador erupts about every 90 years—it's a schedule the mountain has kept for 1300 years. This photo was taken by Patrick Taschler in 2006. (Via Astronomy Photo of the Day and Alexandra Witze)
Amazing how this rock spawned life, eventually intelligent life, before it even had the time to cool down all the way.
wonderful photograph, thanks for sharing
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Thanks for the like, royaltrux ;)
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Repost! This is just so lazy BoingBoing.Venus is travelling through the Seven Sisters constellation, seen to the left of the volcano, and will be exiting the constellation tonight.
Eric Klemetti runs a fun and informative volcano blog at Wired called Eruptions:
Patrick log, day 2q3l4 time z74;!3. Nearing approximated estimate of probable eruption. Standing by. Standing by. Standing by. Holy mother there she goes, whiz click click whiz click.
Thanks for having an adventurous life. Awesome pics,.
AMAZING!!! What a great shot.
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