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Originally posted by Wewillrise77
OK, I have just taken this photo of his profile on My theatre PC.....
Sorry if it's a bit blurry but if you would look at the address bar, you'll see.. Better than a screen grab?????edit on 7-8-2012 by Wewillrise77 because: Terrible spelling!!!
Now, where are my critics?????edit on 7-8-2012 by Wewillrise77 because: To gloat!!!!
Originally posted by Spruk
reply to post by MidnightTide
By just you mean done and is already calming down. New Zealand is pretty active in regards to volcanos, while i was there on my last visit, we had 2 erruptions (not in the area i was in of course). This isnt anything out of the ordinary.
Mount Tongariro volcano erupted late Monday for the first time in nearly a century, leaving New Zealand’s North Island under a huge ash cloud, national media reported.
The eruption created “a new hole in the side of the mountain,” the witness told police, according to the Herald.
Tongariro's active Red Crater last emitted ash in 1926
The volcanic massif, often simply referred to as Tongariro, has a height of 1,978 metres (6,490 ft). It first erupted about 275,000 years ago. The volcano consists of at least 12 cones; Ngauruhoe, while often regarded as a separate mountain, is geologically a vent of Tongariro. It is also the most active vent, having erupted more than 70 times since 1839. The last eruption from Ngauruhoe took place between 1974 and 1975.