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The beautiful photo shows a lightning and an erupting volcano in Guatemala

to connectVideoRare of volcanic lightning is seen to when the Krakatau Volcano erupts

Raw video: Volcanic lightning has been spotted on the like of ash and lava spewed out of Indonesia’s Krakatoa Volcano.

As a photographer in Guatemala, captured the stunning moment a bolt of lightning hit a volcano as it was erupting.

Astrophotographer Sergio Montúfar, told SWNS, a Uk-based news agency reported that he was walking up to the volcano —Volcán de Pacaya in Villa Canales — the weather forecast predicted a clear blue sky. But as he approached the summit, the weather turned out to be a bit dicier than they expected.

STUNNING IMAGE OF RARE VOLCANIC LIGHTNING HAS BEEN CAPTURED BY A GERMAN PHOTOGRAPHER, “IT WAS A VERY SCARY MOMENT’

“I was there to do astrophotography of the Volcán de Pacaya, which has a river of lava, I wanted to make it to the milky way galaxy is about Volcán de Pacaya, but it’s a terrible storm and didn’t let me,” he recalled. “We expect to see a clear blue sky, but it never happened and we got caught in the rain.”

However, the storm does not deter Montúfar, who decided to record the events. A moment later, a bolt of lightning struck the top of the mountain, creating the perfect image for the more advanced photographer.

“I’ve never seen so much lightning coming out of the top of the Volcán de Agua,” he added, noting the event was “life changing.”

Lightning strikes the top of Volcán de Pacaya, an active volcano in Villa Canales, Guatemala-in a recent wind storm.
(SWNS)

Montúfar went on to say, “It has taught me not to be negative, in some cases, because I was angry about the storm, but I do not believe that it is such a great day.”

The eye-catching shot of a German photographer who has traveled to a remote Russian island in the summer, in the hope that the establishment of the volcanic lightning, was what he wanted, and the capture of stunning images of volcanic lightning of the Ebeko volcano.

“It was strong enough to illuminate the entire sky, with the blue lights,” he said at the time.

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