Most of the volcanoes across the world are situated at special zones. These are quite strategically located all across the Pacific Ocean. Hence, the areas of the Pacific are collectively termed as Pacific Ring of Fire. Mount Kelud: Volcano in Indonesia has eruption in 13 February 2014 10.50 PM. Mt Kelud spews ash and sand over six-mile radius, grounding flights. The ash cloud reached 18 miles into the atmosphere and fell to Earth in towns and cities across the region, including Surabaya, Indonesia's second-largest city, and even farther afield in Yogyakarta, where motorists were forced to switch on their headlights in daylight.
I also feel the impact of eruption mountain kelud. See from the evening news on television and a social network. The morning after waking up the sky jogja be slightly dark and ash volcanism tumbling.
|Refuge from vulcanic ash...|
|...the road of Yogyakarta during the valentine day...|
|..my shoes before....|
|...my shoes after (black to white)|
|...the promise of fertility...|
|...water and ash...|
|..a white stalk...|
|...a white stalk....|
|..umbrella and ash...|
|...Jogja at night with ash...|
|...cooperation clearing the dust.|