Video: Lighting Illuminates The Ash Spewing Out Of Philippines Volcano In A ‘Wooow’ Phenomenon

The Taal volcano in the Philippines, that erupted on Sunday, may have brought life in the vicinity to a standstill but it has also left a marvelous natural phenomenon behind.

The volcano located 37 miles away from the Capital city Manila on Sunday sent huge ash into the sky leading to an evacuation. Pictures and videos that surfaced on Monday showed streams of lava gushing out of the volcano, while the smoke covered most of the area.

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Later on Sunday, a user shared a time-lapse video of lighting illuminating the ash being spewed out of the volcano. The video has the lighting scattering across the ash-covered area in the sky relieving an aesthetic phenomenon to behold.

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In the comment section, some people termed such instance of lighting as rare volcanic lightning. Volcanic lightning is caused by a volcanic eruption, rather than from an ordinary thunderstorm.

Another user shared a video of lighting looking like moving from bottom to upwards through the ash. Strange? Indeed. Have a look.

“I captured this moment just the right moment,” wrote the Twitter user who posted the video on Sunday.

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Taal volcano is among the frequently visited tourist destinations in the country. A good chunk of people resides by the volcano thus an activity as a volcanic eruption could lead to serious concerns.

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