Lava just keeps flowing from Italy’s Mount Etna, making for some spectacular viewing.
Renewed eruption activity in late March sent rivers of fiery red rock spewing down the Sicilian volcano. Mount Etna first became active in late January and has experienced eruptions ever since.
Cory Turner, a U.S. Air Force member stationed in Sicily, captured the dramatic show over several weeks using a camera-carrying drone.
A recent eruption in mid-March caused an explosion when the lava hit the snow, injuring 10 people and catching groups of tourists by surprise.
Video credit: Cory Turner via Storyful