Photographers shooting Miles Morgan, volcanoes erupting volcano crept to as close as possible. “If you very briefly, in a nutshell, is – unbearably hot,” says Miles. “By that time I only got to the volcano, was the dawn, and the first rays of the sun lit up the ground. I set the timer on the camera and went against the flow of lava. Waves of heat scorched his face.
The smoke was choking fit, I started to cough. And the temperature was so high that I literally began to melt shoe soles. I seriously feared for his tripod. This is dangerous, yes, and fraught with consequences – but a memorable spectacle and just an amazing experience. I’m not sure that’s ever felt more alive than those moments. ”