“Divers of the Prefectura Naval Argentina inspect the Rio Limay, covered with pumice and ash from Chile’s Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain at the mountain resort of San Carlos de Bariloche in Argentina, on June 16, 2011.” Chiwi Giambirtone.
Chile Ash Cloud. Ricardo Mohr.
A cloud of lightning-topped ash rises toward a starry sky during the June eruption of southern Chile’s Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcano complex.
Llaima volcano, Chile. Ismael Cañete.
Speaking of the Parinacota and Pomerape volcanoes … So this might be a little more astrological rather than geological, but come on! It’s so beautiful. And yes, this is real time lapse photography shot from Parque Nacional Lauca in Chile as shot by Stéphane Guisard.
“Hey guys, welcome to Parque Nacional Lauca. My name is Ignacio and I’ll be your guide today. Behind me you’ll see the Parinacota and Pomerape volcanoes which are … excuse me ma’am? Please don’t touch the viscachas. Thanks.”
Here is more amazing footage from Nahuel Huapi Lake, Argentina which is full if ash and pumice as a result of the on-going eruption of Puyehue volcano in Chile.
Whoa! In this video, watch as a diver braves Nahuel Huapi Lake in Argentina which is filled with floating ash and pumice after the Puyehue volcano in Chile.
Puyehue Volcano, Chile. Flickr user isanat_.
Ash and steam erupt from the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near Osorno city, Chile, on June 5, 2011. Air Force of Chile image.