Tempest Anderson (1846 – 1913) was an expert amateur photographer and vulcanologist. He was the world’s first volcano-chaser, scaling the world’s most dangerous slopes in his quest to photograph volcanoes as they erupted. He was a member of the Royal Society Commission which was appointed to investigate the aftermath of the eruptions of Soufriere volcano, St Vincent and Mont Pelee,…
Home › Post Tagged with: "Volcanoes"
- U-118 was to be transferred to France, but while in tow from Harwich to Brest, in company with UB-121, in…
- Heinrich Kühn (1866 – 1944) was an Austrian–German photographer and photography pioneer. Kühn is regarded one of the forefathers of…
MONOVISIONS ON INSTAGRAM