Longway home by marcocalandra89

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The first snow had fallen on the volcano. How much I missed it. I could not wait to climb to take some nice photographs. What better time to use the new camera I had just purchased?
I walked the path that leads to the craters of 2001. After I made few photos I decided to return home because some mist was approaching and the sun was setting. While I was returning I found footprints that were leading me in the right path.

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“Obscured by clouds” by GiuseppeTorre

This is the last stitch done during the huge paroxysm of 4/12 of the Mount Etna. here the TIMELAPSE
And the sun was obscured by the cloud…

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Hell on Earth by marcocalandra89

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From the last eruption which took place in the summer 2015, six months has passed. The 3rd December the volcano awakened again by opening a new crater, named Pit Crater. The activity continued for several days consecutively.
I arranged with my cousin to climb the volcano, from the north side, to watch the phenomenon. Once we arrived at the Rifugio Citelli we started the path that would have led us to the mount Serracozzo.
The path was pretty sloping and therefore tiring, but once we reached the top of the mountain it was possible to admire a breathtaking spectacle.

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Rise of the Giant by GiuseppeTorre

The begin of the huge eruption of the 4th december of the Mount Etna, in the morning.
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We can see the “head” opening the stratosphere with his power and pressure.

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