Mayon’s Beauty Captured in Too Short Timelapse Video
French-born and now Australian resident Johan Georget has spent the last few years photographing notable spots throughout South Asia, Oceania, China, and Southeast Asia—including the Philippines’ own Mayon Volcano.
Only 13 seconds out of the 23 above showcase Mayon itself. The showcase was too short, but maybe Mr. Georget had a busy schedule? In any case, He was lucky that the weather cooperated. Cloud cover frustrates many would-be Mayon sightseers. Check out Georget’s other work at his portfolio website.
Mayon is one of the major volcanoes in the Philippines, sharing that distinction with Pinatubo, Taal in Luzon, Canlaon in the Visayas, and Mindanao’s Ragang. It’s known for its almost symmetrical profile, despite recent volcanic activity that has affected its shape. Legazpi City sits squarely between the volcano and Albay Bay; its port is what you see in the video’s foreground.
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