Couple Married While Taal Volcano Erupting, Spewing Lava In Philippines – The Philippines’ Taal Volcano has began to spew ash into the sky and lava out of the volcano, a couple got married in the Philippines, back-grounding the hazardous eruption.
Couple Married While Taal Volcano Erupting, Spewing Lava In Philippines | Chino And Kat Vaflor Wedding Photo With Taal Volcano Eruption:
The volcano, which is located in the Batangas province and is the country’s second most active volcano, was erupting 40 miles south of the Manila, triggering at least 75 earthquakes and ashfall across the region, the couple Chino and Kat Vaflor went ahead with their wedding Sunday In the Philippines at that explosive moment.
Chino and Kat Vaflor got married at a venue 10 miles from the Taal Volcano despite the hazardous explosive eruption of a volcano spewing ash into the sky behind them.
The volcano emitted a giant plume of ash, while wedding photographer Randolf Evan captured dramatic shots of the couple Chino and Kat Vaflor — tying the knot.
More than 16,000 people were evacuated from the volcanic island after the Taal Volcano in the central Philippines began to spew lava on Monday and to emit a huge plume of ash and smoke.
Couple Married In Philippines While Taal Volcano Erupting | Chino And Kat Vaflor Wedding Photos With Taal Volcano Eruption In Background:
Taal volcano, which is located some 70km (45 miles) south of the capital Manila, triggering the total 75 volcanic earthquakes in the Taal region by the early hours of Monday morning, with 32 of these earthquakes ranking II and higher on the earthquake intensity scale.
Weather satellites captured the giant plume of ash and smoke as it was ejected up to 50,000 feet into the air.