Taal Volcano Aerial inspection

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SURVIVORS. Live cows are seen near the shoreline of the island after more than a week since Taal Volcano’s eruption during the Philippine Air Force (PAF) and Joint Task Force (JTF)-Taal aerial reconnaissance at Taal Island on Tuesday (Jan. 21, 2020). This ash dune-like landscape is what was left of what was once home to at least 3,000 people before the eruption. (PNA photo by Joey O. Razon)

 

‘SNOWCAPPED, NOT QUITE’

‘SNOWCAPPED, NOT QUITE’. Photo shows an aerial shot of Taal Volcano Island which remains covered with volcanic ashes from the ongoing Taal Volcano unrest. The Philippine Air Force and Joint Task Force Taal conducted an aerial reconnaissance around Taal Volcano Tuesday (Jan. 21, 2020). The entire island has remained a “no man’s land” as no one is allowed to go back to the island since January 12. (PNA photo by Joey O. Razon)

 

VOLCANIC ASH DUNES

VOLCANIC ASH DUNES. The Taal Volcano Island as seen during an aerial reconnaissance conducted by the Philippine Air Force’s and Joint Task Force-Taal onboard a UH-1 Huey helicopter on Tuesday (Jan. 21, 2020). The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) reiterates total evacuation of the island, other high-risk areas within the 14-kilometer radius of the Taal Volcano main crater, and the Pansipit River Valley where fissures or cracks have been observed. (PNA photo by Joey O. Razon)

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