26 Outstanding Photos of Volcanoes From All Over the World

Today, Beauty in Everything has chosen for you the 26 most beautiful pictures of volcanoes from all over the world.

Volcano Fuego in Antigua, Guatemala

Craters of Mount Etna

Volcano Lanín

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Volcano Lanín
Mellizas del paso Carirriñe. Los Ríos Region, Chile central - Province of Neuquén, Argentina.
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The watchman of the Canary Islands

Volcano Osorno

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Volcano Osorno
Sailing on Lake Todos from the Callao Valley. Los Lago Region, Chile.
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Volcano Puntiagudo

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Volcano Puntiagudo
Dawning from Lake Rupanco.
Los Lagos region, Chile central.
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Sleepy Lonquimay Volcano

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Sleepy Lonquimay Volcano
Lonquimay Volcano, Malalcahuello, Chile.
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Ascension to Teide

Guatemala From The Air

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Guatemala From The Air
View from the plane just before landing in Guatemala City. You can see Lago Amatitlán and Volcán Pacaya with a little puff of smoke coming out of it.
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The Mountain and the River

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The Mountain and the River
Mount Adams, at 12,281 ft (3,743 m) the second-highest peak in the state of Washington, and the mighty Columbia River, as seen from downtown Hood River, Oregon.
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Teide National Park

Crater Blue

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Crater Blue
The amazingly deep blue waters of the incomparable Crater Lake, looking down on the island known as the Phantom Ship, on a warm summer day in southern Oregon.
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View into Poás Crater

Mt Ruapehu (Lord of the Rings fame)

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Mt Ruapehu (Lord of the Rings fame)
Mt Ruapehu (Lord of the Rings fame) is there in the background, hiding behind a little harmless morning cloud. The river is Wairere stream, which forms the Taranaki Falls about 100m downstream from this spot.
New Zealand.
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The Road to the Mountain

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The Road to the Mountain
Mount Shasta (14,179 ft – 4,322 m) rises up nearly two miles above the surrounding northern California landscape, along US 97 – the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Highway – itself nearly one mile above sea level. Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascades and the fifth highest in California, and it has an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles (350 km3), which makes it the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc – larger even than Mount Rainier.
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Kamokuna, Hawaii

Caldera Blanca, Lanzarote

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Caldera Blanca, Lanzarote
Caldera Blanca and lava fields near the Timanfaya park in Lanzarote.
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Crater Lake

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Crater Lake
View from the rim of Crater Lake, Oregon.
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Mount Kilauea Volcano

Arenal Observatory Lodge, Costa Rica