This mighty bank of sulphurous vapour and smoke assumed at one time the shape of a gigantic promontory, then appeared as a collection of twirling, revolving cloud-whirls, turning with rapid velocity, now assuming the shape of giant cauliflowers, then efflorescing into beautiful flower-shapes, some dark, some effulgent, others pearly white, and all brilliantly illuminated by electric flashes.

NATURE 1902 | Nature, Volume LXVI, May to October 1902

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