The remains of a rusted, burnt rail following a recent eruption of Volcano Irazu captures the harsh and surreal landscape of the blast zone. Irazu, standing 11,260 feet, is Costa Rica's highest and one of the most active volcanoes. Repeated eruptions have been explosive and generally migrating to the west, leaving only the most resilient of plant and animal life, not to mention the devastation to villages and human life in the surrounding area. The landscape is barren, desolate, and for the most part abandoned.
March 7th, 2022
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