Thursday, April 29, 2010

Eyjafjallajokull ETC

a friend sent me the link to Eyjafjallajokull photos and I wanted to share them, click on Volcano Photos  to see photos from Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull, this is the Boston Globe and the photos are magnificent and scary and sad.
the pineapple has a top starting today, just took this a few minutes ago.

today's post is Really on my other blog.
click here to see A Guilty Dog


A Brit in Tennessee said...

Awesome photographs, it really is mind boggling how a person can even breath with air so thickly covered in ash.
I feel for the farmers, concerned about getting their livestock to safety, and yet what exactly is safe around all those fumes ?
Thank you for sharing such poignant pictures.

Ginny said...

First I must say to anyone who sees this comment that you absolutly MUST see these pictures. You have no idea. You will never forget them, they are amazing. Sandra, what's the reason for the lightening and why did you not know that I would ask that? You must have found out by now. What a pretty green pineapple top! Will you eat it when it gets bigger?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hooray for the Pineapple... Can't wait til it's big enough to eat!!!!! Keep us posted, Sandra.

Did you see the video on the news showing how all of the news media people were pronouncing that big word??... It was so funny.... Bet it took you awhile to spell it out in your post....


George said...

The pictures of Eyjafjallajokyll are amazing.
Thanks for the update on the pineapple.

Sunny said...

Phenoenal pictures. I feel so badly for the poor farmers and their animals.
I have been enjoying your posts but have had great difficulty posting, hopefully now resolved.
Sunny :)

SquirrelQueen said...

Amazing photos, the first one of the lightning is one of the best I have seen of that effect.

Photo #10 brought back some memories, it looks very similar to an ash cloud that hit Anchorage while I lived there. We could see it coming an hour before it arrived, then the sky turned black. Having been through three (each smaller than this one) eruptions I really feel for the people affected by this event.

Love your new header shot.

Krista said...

What a great shot, Sandra! I love the Pineapple Chronicles. :o)

This photo is really pretty; I like the way you shot it from directly above. The colour scheme, how it seems to have rings coming out from the center, is fun to look at.