Published: 21th September 2017
Activity of the Volcano
I visited the regency of Lumajang to the south of Mt. Semeru with the intention of photographing Semeru from the South. During the visit I obsverved many small-medium strong ash-eruptions from Semeru. The eruptions came in frequencies of 1-2 per hour. Prior to erupting, I observed that the growing “lava-dome” present in the crater, seemed to be trembling, as rocks often started sliding down the flank of the lava-dome, just prior to the volcano erupting. (see video below). The “lava dome” itself seem to have grown in the recent years, as you can see compared to the photos I took in August 2014
Photos: 7 available in this article. in format/size: RAW/DNG. More than 100 photos other photos not posted online.
Purchase of Photo/video footage:
Photos and video is available for purchase/licensing. For more information contact me directly on email: andersen_oystein[a]hotmail.com
About video footage
Available in full HD resolution.