Monday, 23 November 2020

Acid rain and ash falling on the Turrialba Volcano

View of the southwest sector of the Turrialba volcano. The impact of acid rain and ash fall is observed in the vegetation closest to the top.

The image was taken by Bryan Cedeño, a Cartago photographer and lover of volcanoes in, October 2018.

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