Last April, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted for the first time since 1972, much to the surprise of scientists, government officials and frightened citizens alike. The folks at Timestorm Films just recently released a gorgeous 4K timelapse of the eruption. High-definition footage of billowing clouds of ash, combined with ominous music, make for one amazing two and a half minute video.
Last week, the Calbuco volcano erupted in Chile, displacing over 6,500 nearby residents. Hiker Walter Witt just happened to be out and about when the volcano began to smoke. He grabbed his camera and captured the exact moment when the volcano first erupted. (NSFW language)
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile has erupted. Even though it is the most active volcano in Chile, the sudden eruption shocked local officials who have scrambled to evacuate 4,000 nearby residents from the area.