This was a volcano that erropted in 1985 in Colombia. It ejected dacitic tephra almost 30 kilometers into the sky. The eroption was rich with sulfur dioxide. It was up to 50 meters thick. It killed more than 24 thousand people, and affected 13 villages. It cost 7.7 million dollars to repair the damages.
Sunset from Colombia bridge. Light appears red orange due to scattering of larger particles lower in the atmosphere. The lines of light coming out from the sun are also a result of scattering in the lower atmosphere. We can look at the sun due to transmissivity, it isn't as bright because of the lower angle in the sky which means the light must travel through much more particles and scattered more reducing the brightness.
Cherrapunji (India): wettest place on Earth 10,820mm rain falls on average in a year. Unlike Colombia where the rain falls throughout the whole year, Cherrapunji gets most of its rain during the 'south-west monsoon', or wet season, between June and August.