Siento muchísima felicidad que Guatemala tenga un volcán tan hermoso como el volcán de fuego. Es como el sueño de cualquiera que le gustan los volcanes. Lava, explosiones constantes, onda expansiva y piedras voladoras. Todos los días se puede ver este espectáculo de pirotecnia desde el volcán Acatenango y de todo el mundo vienen personas a ver este fenómeno. Desde que se llega al campamento base es imposible dormir, el volcán lo hipnotiza y no es posible quitarle la mirada, peligrosamente increíble.
PRESENCIA “ALIENIGENA” EN LOS VOLCANES DE MÉXICO. @ufologopedroramirez
6 de Enero 2019. Desde el Inicio de esta “Nueva Oleada”, la presencia alienígenas no se detiene en los Volcanes de México, de día y de noche Naves Alienígenas son Avistadas y grabadas no solo por cámaras de Monitoreo Volcanico, testigos ocasionales han logrado capturar el paso de Objetos Cilíndricos, luces y “Discos Voladores” en todas direcciones. Los reportes provienen de todo el mundo, sin embargo, los Volcanes con mayor actividad eruptiva son los que reportan un gran numero de Avistamientos, al mismo tiempo otros Volcanes también son visitados a plena luz del día, como ocurrió recientemente en el Volcán Pico de Orizaba, una “Luz” fue visible desde la carretera, la “captura” fue lograda por los pasajeros de un autobús en movimiento. Popocatépetl, Pico de Orizaba y el Volcán de Fuego de Colima, los tres localizados en Mexico, son frecuentados por estas "entidades". Los avistamientos en zonas Volcánicas de México se remontan a 1990, cuando grupos de “aficionados” a los Ovnis, nos reuníamos en la llamada “casita blanca” un sitio localizado en Puebla, también conocido como “Punto Marconi”, uno de los lugares con importante actividad “Ovni” en Mexico, ahí fueron grabadas las primeras “luces” que derivaron en la gran Oleada de la década de los 90s, y donde hoy vuelven a “brillar” con mayor intensidad… Es momento de creer.
Conoce desde cerca la belleza imponente del Coloso mas Catastrófico de este 2018, el Volcán de Fuego en #Guatemala , donde el pasado 3 de junio, registró una de las erupciones más potentes de su historia dejando al menos 125 muertos, 300 desaparecidos y casi 2 millones de personas afectadas, además de cuantiosos daños materiales. .
After hiking up to the top of Acatenango just to get a perfect sunset shot from Volcán de Fuego and waiting for one hour, but showing no activity at all, I decided walk back to the camp. Just one minute after starting the decent I heard a loud explosion. Throwing everything on the ground to put my camera on the tripod I took this picture. Even its not the picture I was waiting to shoot for an hour I like the result.
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On our way back to our hotel from Antigua, our taxi driver offered to take us to see the area affected by the Volcán de Fuego eruption on June 3rd, 2018. The eruption consisted of volcanic explosions, pyroclastic flows, violent mudslides, and clouds of volcanic ash, which left almost no evacuation time and caused the death of nearly two hundred people. The area is still being cleaned up and restored by crews, almost a year later. Pictured, you can see the destruction that was left behind, everything still covered in ash. 💔 #VolcanDeFuego#Guatemala#OutOfOffice#OutOfOfficeInGuatemala
Here are some photos I’ve never shared from the time I climbed Pacaya volcano. I had intense fears the night before as one of its neighbouring volcanos, Fuego, had erupted just 10 days prior devastating Guatemala and eliciting evacuations, local panic and the loss of many lives.
As each person from my tour dropped out of the hike I really started to question my judgement. Pacaya volcano, at that stage, although active was a safe volcano to hike as it was in monitored Strombolian phases and of sufficient distance of Fuego. My research had pulled the same reassurance the guide had given me, so despite the concerns of my peers I had to have some faith. That night, although mildly terrified, I decided that as I had booked my hike with a local guide whom was relying on my booking and attendance I just could not cave under pressure and cancel. I was going to do it, regardless of any fear.
The next morning, I felt queezy, but excited. Although so much stress and panic had emerged as everyone around me pulled out it ended up being a fantastic experience! This was a moment where I was really grateful I had not caved into peer pressures. The people in my group hadn’t meant to scare me, though their concerned looks and detailed reasonings as to why they weren’t participating themselves had really put me on edge.
My Pacaya hike was a fun adventure, but it also allowed me the opportunity to closely see Fuego and it’s eruption. For myself this was a demonstration of Mother Nature’s capabilities which I will possibly and hopefully never experience again. The pictures of Fuego I took from a distance were used to spread awareness of the devastation and generate funds last year. I wanted the images to be supportive and I was very cautious not to glorify a tragedy. You can see those pictures and find the donation link to support last years Fuego eruption on my blog.
While hiking Pacaya Volcano was an experience that that was exhilarating and fun, seeing the erupted and angry Fuego Volcano was also a stark reminder of Mother Nature’s capabilities. She can be beautiful, yet destructively chaotic and fiercely disasterous at the same time. We must never forget this 🌋
As I watched this sunrise, I was overwhelmed with tears of true happiness and gratitude.
The night before, I had mental breakdown while climbing back to the camp from volcan De Fuego. It was tough journey and my body gave up on me 20 minutes before making to the base camp. It was dark, cold and silent. I couldn’t move and wanted to stay where I was and fall asleep forever, but somehow I pulled myself up and slowly, but surely, made it to the top.
This experience showed me that nothing is impossible and as a human race we have ability to conquer any obstacles if we have a purpose (in my case it was staying alive). I wish we all had a purpose to protect our beautiful planet from greed of others and educate our children to do the same.
I am forever thankful for Guatemala, its incredible nature, its genuine people, who made this journey possible for me. 🙏🏻🇬🇹 #visitguatemala#guatemala#volcanAcatenango#volcanDeFuego#nature#ourplanet#gratitude