Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
As a child, I was so fascinated by volcanos. Now they scare me.
I remember learning a lot of that at school and I also enjoy trying out my schoolboy French while reading those information boards.
Scary, but it shows that earth is alive. Glad we have no such "outlet" near by.
The volcanos are so dangerous!
I have seen many active volcanoes, especially in the Andes, and I don't want to be anywhere near one when it erupts!,
I have once been on the Vesuvius in Italy, was a bit scary as there were still some red hot stones lying around.
@Linda: understandable.@John: I do some of that too.@Iris: we don't either, though we have had quakes here.@Ella: and yet in a strange way they give back to the world.@David: I wouldn't either!@Marianne: I'd like to see that one.
I've walked on volcanic rock at beaches and have imagined what it was like when that volcanic rock erupted from the ground.
...I sure saw the results of volcanic activity while on Maui!
That would be an interesting exhibit to explore and read all of the info!
Interesting and fascinating to see how earth is a living and always changing planet.
Some of the photos of erupting volcanoes are quite frightening. Such power!I hope you are keeping safe, and also keeping yourself amused.
Volcanoes are so beautiful to see, from an appropriate distance ...
Volcanoes freak me out.
I didn't know there were so many kinds of volcanos. I had never heard of the shield volcano.
Earth is a fascinating place.Post geology course at UVM, a relative living outside Seattle sent a photo. I gasped seeing an alto volcano in the distance. Ok, I freaked out a little. lol
@DJan: much hotter.@Tom: you would have.@RedPat: I enjoyed it.@Jan: quite true.@Shammickite: I'm fine.@Karl: quite true.@Jeanie: not me!@Sharon: I have.@Maywyn: a little?
I like extinct volcanoes.
Our grandies loved doing that volcano experiment!!!
Great exhibit and what a wonderful museum ~ are you able to visit it now? or do you have what USA calls 'social distancing and everything is closed and groups cancelled ????Keep calm and be well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Wouldn't want to get too close to a volcano, I can enjoy a faraway view. :)
I wouldn't want to get to close either but they are fascinating.
Thank you; a comprehensive survery.
Hope you can delete the hateful Anonymous comment above.
Volcanoes are pretty scary stuff William, I could never live near one!