Friday, October 26, 2007

Arisen from the ash


This enloader(?) buried in the 1994 eruption has recently surfaced from it's muddy grave.

The volcano is out of picture to the left and across the water.

13 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

That would worry me to death. I don't think I could live there very long because of thinking about eruptions.

M.Benaut said...

Every little girl should have a front end loader, Jules. You should take it home and get it up and running, mate!
After all, a bit of volcanic dust will simply blow away.
You would be the only girl-blogger with her own front end thing.
How cool would that be.

Steve Buser said...

Interesting -- I suppose wave washed away the ash cover.

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Jules said...

I thought the front-end that i already have was ok but i guess another one wouldn't hurt M Benaut!!!!

Cesare said...

I had had the feeling that she has been buried instead because she wanted to load too earth.

A regard from Italy

Rich said...

Great shot Jules.
Planet Earth Daily Photo
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quintarantino said...

Great. As usual.

Old Wom Tigley said...

What a contrast to the normal views of the beaches.. Iwonder what else is goingto be uncovered.

Hi Jules to thought I say thanks for your concrn last night.. I am sad to say it didn't get any better in fact I became ill in the night. I will be laid up at home now for a day or too until my heart beat gets back to normal. It dose not happen as much now, and is not as severe I'm glad to say.
Give me a day or two and I'll be out and about with my camera. Thanks for you well wishes, I do appreciate them.
At least I will have the time to catch up on all the blogs today.

dive said...

Yikes! get well soon, Old Wom.

And Jules, that is such a cool photo.

Chuckeroon said...

...in 1994? Hmmm. My posting today also reflects on "change happening quickly", but this was, like, QUICK!!!

Marie said...

Great photo. But it is a little bit scary. I hope there was nobody in that loader......

Jilly said...

How absolutely extraordinary! I voice Marie's concern - first thing I thought was 'hope no one was in it!'

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great shot!! Don't have to worry about volcanos here in the Canadian Shield, though we do have to be careful about blizzards & freezing temperatures.