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Image Title:  Volcano
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 By: Edgar Monzón  
  Copyright ©2006

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Photographer  Edgar Monzón {Karma:827}
Project #24 The Decisive Moment Camera Model Canon Eos 1d Mark II
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Lens Canon  50 mm f/1.4 USM
Uploaded 8/8/2006 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
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Country - Guatemala   Guatemala
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There are 17 Comments in 1 Pages
Alison DuFlon Alison DuFlon   {K:36566} 2/23/2008
Mas impresionante que el mio, increible captura del lava. Alison


Kerry Nobbs Kerry Nobbs   {K:2800} 4/16/2007
Stunning image. You created a sensation of awe here from the commments, good job. Beautiful shot...Kerry


Carlo Scapparone   {K:600} 4/16/2007
Una foto apocalittica,nitidezza ok.ciao


Ahmad AL-Jabr Ahmad AL-Jabr   {K:889} 4/16/2007



Sergio  Cárdenas Sergio  Cárdenas   {K:25028} 11/21/2006
Donde estabas metido!! pero como sacaste esta foto hombre! y con un 50 mm...yo ni con un 600 mm me acerco a eso!! jejeje
Felicitaciones Edgar, ademas por el Photographer of the Day" merecidisimo.


Alejandro Vicente Fassio   {K:342} 10/20/2006
Great picture:)


Oscar E.  Flores H.   {K:7850} 9/22/2006
felicitaciones. la foto del dia es lo menos que le corresponde a tu foto.


- - - -   {K:1009} 9/10/2006
powerful image..well done : )


Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 9/10/2006
stunning nature-power and very hot documentaristic shot..


So Cal Photograhper   {K:18529} 9/10/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Can you get a little closer next time? Oh my, what some people will do to get a fantastic image. This is the best volcano image I have ever seen other than a filmed image of a volcano with oozing lava. Superb!


Giuseppe Guadagno Giuseppe Guadagno   {K:34002} 8/8/2006
You took this photo in very hot conditions Edgar.
I like it.
We have in Italy a isle called Volcano, but not so active.
Take care.



Edgar Monzón   {K:827} 8/8/2006
Thanks Susan for your comment. The answer? Taking a risk. (Its not so smart, but sometimes is the only way), I was relly close from the "lava". Two meters in front of them, but it was not a big risk, because the "lava" at the end runs very slow and in very predictable way.


Susan Cropper   {K:2166} 8/8/2006
Thanks for sharing. Powerful image. How did you get so close?


Rashed Abdulla Rashed Abdulla   {K:163889} 8/8/2006
very interesting image of this Volcano , very great exposure and details, all of the best my friend


no longer a member no longer a member   {K:10557} 8/8/2006
Wow, you don't see these type of photographs everyday. Even though using a 180mm lens, you were still a lot closer than I would have dared! Very interesting shot and great job!!

Best of wishes, .... Mike


Cathy Carroll Cathy Carroll   {K:28144} 8/8/2006
Outstanding image. You can see that parts of this lava flow are moving! How did you get so close? Cathy


Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:169124} 8/8/2006
Wow...amazing shot, Edgar! I'll bet you were HOT!!!




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