Photo You Must See: Ecuador’s Tungurahua Volcano

Travel Blog  •  World Hum  •  01.12.10 | 11:00 AM ET

Ecuador volcano TungurahuaREUTERS/Carlos Campana

Ash, gas and molten rock spew from the Tungurahua volcano south of Quito, Ecuador, yesterday.

6 Comments for Photo You Must See: Ecuador’s Tungurahua Volcano

Hotel Pictures 01.12.10 | 1:11 PM ET

Wow!Its looking beautiful in night.I would like to see a volcano in real.

Matt 01.12.10 | 1:17 PM ET

I swear I half expect to see the Eye of Sauron over that.

Gorgeous and frightening.

Zuri 01.12.10 | 8:17 PM ET

The Tungurahua volcano has been in constant activity since 1999. It has become one of Ecuador’s main attractions.

Hotel Khoj 01.18.10 | 2:55 PM ET

WOW! i would have enjoyed it watching with my naked eye.Does the temp goes very high near volcano eruption?

Bianny 01.21.10 | 11:48 PM ET

The Tungurahua is very lovely. The little town where its located (Banos) is wonderful as well. You can take trips up the volcano (of course not when its active) but its very well worth it. I love Banos!

Yadira 01.22.10 | 1:10 PM ET

I love Baņos, Ecuador.  I had the opportunity to visit Tungurahua in 2008.  No justice is done until you are physically there.  The people in Baņos are amazing!!!

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