Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Force

A video screen caught my attention, showing various aspects of volcanoes in action.


For today I finish with these views inside the central atrium, including the Moon out in the Queens Lantern.

34 comments:

  1. Wow, what a force of nature. Amazing.

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  2. The first picture is remarkable, and I do like that atrium.

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  3. Volcanoes are amazing! Cool building. Stay safe

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  4. Not sure I'd wantto be near that suff flowing down a mountain.

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  5. I love your new blog banner, a smile to greet visitors it does.

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  6. Volcanos are amazing to see from a distance...

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  7. Love that third shot from the end!

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  8. Thanks for giving me something to look at to take my mind off my own troubles.

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  9. ...while on Mui I saw many signs of past lava activity, may the force be with you!

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  10. Volcanos fascinate me so I'd enjoy those videos.

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  11. they have really spruced this old place up.

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  12. Stunning but scary photos of the volcanoes, but gorgeous shots of the central atrium ✨

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  13. A volcano in action must be amazing to see on video.
    The atrium is beautiful.

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  14. That first image is especially striking!

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  15. Lava is mesmerizing to watch!

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  16. I would not like hot lava coming toward me.

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  17. Volcanoes are pretty mesmerizing.

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  18. Awesome! Are your museums still open, William?

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  19. Nice shots at the museum. I've always been fascinated by volcanoes.

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  20. Power and heat, it warms-up the lofty museum that has first class mysteries to explore.

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  21. Ooooh, now those volcano videos would spark my curiousity.

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  22. Those lava flows are really fascinating.

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  23. @Whisk: indeed.

    @Linda: me too.

    @Lady Fi: indeed.

    @Iris: definitely.

    @Cloudia: I agree.

    @Bill: I'd give it a wide berth.

    @Italiafinlandia: thank you.

    @Maywyn: that's the idea.

    @Marianne: that's true.

    @Marie: I do too.

    @Marleen: it is.

    @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Tom: there it's part of life.

    @Sharon: they were captivating.

    @Red: they have indeed.

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  24. @Happyone: indeed.

    @RedPat: you can't.

    @Karl: very much so.

    @Grace: thank you.

    @Bill: it was.

    @Jeanie: I agree.

    @Jenn: definitely.

    @Angie: I agree.

    @Joanne: me either.

    @Michelle: that's true.

    @Kay: they are closed.

    @Denise: thank you.

    @Julia: that's true.

    @Catalyst: that's the case for me.

    @Jan: they are.

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  25. Varied post and photos ~ colorful and dynamic

    Be well ^_^
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  26. WOW capturing a volcano in action would be really awesome but also a bit scary. Loved seeing those photos.

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