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    Powerful eruption of Colima Volcano in Mexico on december 13th, 2015. That night, the weather was dry and cold, friction of ash particles generated a big lightning of about 600 meters that connected ash and volcano, and illuminated most of the dark scene. On last part of 2015, this volcano showed a lot of eruptive activity. Most of night explosions produced incandescent rockfalls and lightnings not bigger than 100 meters in average. Worldwide prints available on https://tapiro.photoshelter.com/
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    Creativity 13
    Story 16
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    Date Taken: Dec 13, 2015
    Date Uploaded: May 29, 2017
    Location: Rancho de Aguirre, Colima, Mexico
    Camera: Canon EOS 6D
    Focal Length: 195 mm
    Shutter Speed: 8/1 sec
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO: 3200
    Copyright: © Sergio Tapiro Velasco
    Categories: Nature, Places, Weather
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year