MESSINA, SICILY: A night picture of an eruption at Mount Etna. A NUCLEAR mushroom-like cloud blasting from Mount Etna in Sicily have been captured by an astonished local man. Roaring flames and huge plumes of smoke can be seen pumping out of the top of one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Pictures show how the residents of Sicily live in the shadow of this monster mountain, which measures eleven thousand feet in height and is where the ancient Roman god of fire, Vulcan built his workshop. Agriculture Officer Fernando Famiani (51) from San Teodoro, Messina in Sicily snapped the imposing M

MESSINA, SICILY: A night picture of an eruption at Mount Etna. A NUCLEAR mushroom-like cloud blasting from Mount Etna in Sicily have been captured by an astonished local man. Roaring flames and huge plumes of smoke can be seen pumping out of the top of one of the world’s most active volcanoes.  Pictures show how the residents of Sicily live in the shadow of this monster mountain, which measures eleven thousand feet in height and is where the ancient Roman god of fire, Vulcan built his workshop. Agriculture Officer Fernando Famiani (51) from San Teodoro, Messina in Sicily snapped the imposing M Stock Photo
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Media Drum World / Alamy Stock Photo

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HYKW10

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63.3 MB (1.8 MB Compressed download)

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5760 x 3840 px | 48.8 x 32.5 cm | 19.2 x 12.8 inches | 300dpi

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4 December 2015

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Media Drum World

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MESSINA, SICILY: A night picture of an eruption at Mount Etna. A NUCLEAR mushroom-like cloud blasting from Mount Etna in Sicily have been captured by an astonished local man. Roaring flames and huge plumes of smoke can be seen pumping out of the top of one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Pictures show how the residents of Sicily live in the shadow of this monster mountain, which measures eleven thousand feet in height and is where the ancient Roman god of fire, Vulcan built his workshop. Agriculture Officer Fernando Famiani (51) from San Teodoro, Messina in Sicily snapped the imposing Mount Etna in its varying degrees of activity over this three-year photo-project.

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