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“I waited,” Kurtz says. “As it got later, the clouds drifted off and smoke started to puff its way out of the cone, signaling a likely eruption. All good signs. I set up my small tabletop tripod on a flat rock, made a couple of test pictures […] Everything was working so I sat down and waited.” As he was waiting to see what would happen, Kurtz suddenly saw a newlywed couple come out of their wedding at the church to a restaurant near him. And at that moment, the volcano erupted. Kurtz picked up his camera, ran over to the restaurant, got permission from both the couple and their wedding photographer to shoot and use the photos, and started capturing some portraits. Olympus Pen F. 17mm f1.8 lens, ISO400, f4 at 1/30. Color balance daylight. Photo by Jack Kurtz.

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