The Puyehue volcano in southern Chile erupted Saturday for the first time in 50 years, sending a huge plume of smoke and ash into the sky. And while many photographers will likely capture the flowing lava from the volcanic mountain, the better pictures may be of the ominous ash cloud. Or better stated, the electric, explosion-like lightning dancing across it.
The Associated Press has some pictures:
And Russia Today has the video:
The Daily Mail has more photos.