An incredible footage of a volcanic eruption has been taken and it is shown sending a powerful shockwave that ripples through the clouds above it and has been captured by a holidaymaker.
When the explosion of volcano occurred, a plume of smoke and ask was sent up and at that time Philip McNamara was on a boat off the Papua New Guinea coast filming Mount Tavurvu in the distance.
This brave Australian tourist, a taxi driver from Townsville held steady for capturing the footage of the most devastating and powerful spectacles of nature.
This explosion happened on the 29th of August, but this video which is of a 1 minute duration was shared for the first time on Friday on YouTube and has received more than 200,000 views. In this video, Philip said watch out for the shock, it is coming before the boat is clattered by a sonic boom sound wave, eliciting a ‘holy smoking Toledos’ from the impressed onlooker.
Speaking to Brisbane times, this 58 year old said that filming the volcano was very sudden after he saw its eruption from a nearby beach wherein he was holidaying with his mates. He stated that ““I thought I might as well try and capture something you rarely get to see,” .
The group crapped themselves when the sonic boom hit. As of now, he is quite surprised to see the worldwide interest.
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