La Palma volcano eruption as experienced by a National Geographic photographer

Photographer Arturo Rodríguez tells National Geographic about his experience after a month accompanying scientists a few meters from the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on his home island of La Palma.

Published 19 Nov 2021, 19:58 GMT
La Palma volcano eruption as experienced by a National Geographic photographer
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