|Geoff Sims @ UNSW|
Friday, 28th December, 2012
Mount Erebus (Geoff)
During our Happy Camper school, we had the most spectacular views of Mount Erebus. Erebus is an active volcano approximately 35 km from McMurdo. It is the most active volcano in Antarctica and also the second highest (at an elevation of 3700 m).
The views were so stunning, that I set up my SLR to time lapse the eruptions. I ended up taking around 850 photos at an interval of 30 seconds. When played back at 24 fps, the video runs for around 35 seconds. View at full screen for maximum enjoyment!
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