Looks like it was worse than Mount. Rainier in 1981-2
Recently a volcano that had been dormant for 9,000 years near the coast
of Chile erupted spectacularly, hurling liquefied metals and lightning
many miles into the sky.
The results, which you see here, are called a 'dirty thunderstorm' and
are quite rare.
Nobody is certain what causes them, but according to National Geographic
it's believed to be 'the result of rock fragments, ash, and ice
particles in the plume colliding to produce static charges - just as ice
particles collide to create charge in regular thunderstorms.'
Look at the contrast of the fierce fire in the back drop of the serene star studded sky's.
What would we like for our back drop ?
Something for all of us to meditate and reflect upon.
God protect us all from the nature's wrath and keep us in the serene of
His loving and protected care always ,