This spring, the Chilean Volcano Calbuco erupted for the first time in 40 years. Towering above the town of Peurto Varas in southern Chile, the eruption lasted for 90 minutes and let loose a plume of ash and fire nearly 6 miles into the sky… not your typical wednesday afternoon.
Luckily, filmmaker Martin Heck was there to catch all the action. In his own words, “it was for sure the most incredible show I’ve ever seen.”
This awe inspiring footage was shot in slow motion for the duration and the result is absolutely incredible.
Watch below and share this captivating phenomenon!
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