Photographer Martin Rietze went on an epic adventure to Japan and caught a spectacular, once in a lifetime series of pictures of the Sakurajima Vulcano, as it spewed a hellish mix of smoke, fire, lava bombs and electrifying lightning. Rietze’s balls of steel landed one of the top honors in photography, the top photo on…
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This photo from National Geographic shows the Eyjafjallajökull volcano’s ash plume, which roiled air travel in the spring of 2010. The lightening called a “dirty thunderstorm” occurs when rock and ice particles loosed by exploding magma collide in the atmosphere.
A thunderstorm in Montenegro “shocked” onlookers with a lightning strike close to shore.
Crazy video. Watch out for the questionable language, the guy rightfully drops an f-bomb at the end so turn down your speakers if you’re at work.