Very interesting with the snow giving visual definition against the black lava. Will need a lot more snow before the skiers show up, I presume.
The old lava flow you can see on this webcam is from 2002 flank eruption
Lori Hensley what you are looking at IS lava from the last eruption I think that the tour guide said that the last heavy lava flow was in 2008 which is what you see now ,I did post some photos of a house where the lava reached the eves and further down is a school where it stopped at the chain link fence scorching some of the buildings, there are several stratovolcanoes with four main craters at the top, when you look around it you will see several small humps on the flanks
Beautiful blue skies and the summit covered in snow - just so beautiful. Morning everyone and Capture Sam. Have a lovely day
Good Morning, Astrid! Great pictures you posted.. Wow, Etna is really spewing. Grin!
Thank you Sam.. I see you at every cam I've looked at. :) A really neat place. So many beautiful views. The cam on a boat is the most unique! Italy has so many wonderful scenes. The Africa cam is so neat too.. volcanoes and mountains... the clocktower in the mountains is unreal... i can see how this place gets under your skin in a good way.. :)
28aug18--I hope so Lori Hensley. At the moment clouds are blocking the view. EnJoy EnJoy
Hey, what kind of view will we have here? Will we be so lucky to see lava?
22 July - Lots of sheep grazing today.
That was one very short skiing season.
Perfect day, clear blue sky, walk in the snow, lunch at Monte Conca then sit on the terrace to take the sun. Memories!
The skiers are starting early today!
11feb18--The Ski Lifts are operating with skiers seen. Yes , finally SNOW!
Etna still puffing away. Going to need a lot more snow before the skiing starts up.