“Mt. Pinatubo Volcanic Crater, December 2007”. The crater lake, now filled to capacity and concealing the central magma dome, overflows through the Marinot Notch, the lowest point along the crater rim. Prolific vegetation cover has been re-established in less than 15 years, demonstrating the amazing resilience of nature.

“Mt. Pinatubo Volcanic Crater, December 2006”. The crater lake, now filled to capacity and covering the central magma dome, overflows through the Maraunot Notch, the lowest point on the crater rim. Prolific vegetation cover has been re-established in less than 15 years, demonstrating the amazing resilience of nature.