The cat-evolution series work is more challenging than expected (AND more rewarding 🙂 ). I haven’t been able to do any other posts here lately, and so wanted to share a video of Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano erupting this morning.
It’s not a dramatic blast, but there’s a gorgeous early morning shot of the classic stratovolcanoes (twins!) and the small ash plume from Pavlof before weather closes in.
Wait for it…
Source (live photo cam with link to video)
- AVO’s Pavlof page
- Global Volcanism Program: Pavlof and Pavlof Sister
Featured image: AVO’s Dane Ketner, working on station PN7A on the north flank of Pavlof Volcano in 2019. Image: D. Fee/AVO/UAF-GI