The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma (Canary Islands) spits lava from its main mouth on 22 November 2022.
View of the volcano's lava flow from the Time viewpoint, in the municipality of Tijarafe. The lava colours the clouds and the sky red.
Lava flows down through the lava flow from the summit of the volcano into the sea on the 24th of November 2022.
A residential house in the town of Los Llanos de Aridane is engulfed and buried by the volcano's lava flow. In total, more than 720 buildings have been destroyed, 605 of them houses, according to the Cadastre.
In the background of the picture, the lava flow stains the sky a very intense orange colour. In the foreground, a banana plantation that has so far been spared from being engulfed by the lava flow.
The lava falls into the sea at the coast of Tazacorte. This is the second faja formed on the island of La Palma. In total, among them, there are almost 50 hectares of territory.
Ash from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the floor of the Hotel La Palma & Teneguía Princess, which has temporarily suspended its services due to the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
The sewage system in the streets of La Palma, Canary Islands, surrounded by the accumulated ash spat out by the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
Volunteers remove accumulated ash from the streets of Los Llanos, La Palma island.
The trail of a bird's feet marked in the ash accumulated by the volcano on the island of La Palma, Canary Islands.
A STOP sign covered with some ash from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
Jorge (right) cuts a bunch of bananas and Omelio (left) picks them up to carry them on his shoulder to the truck. The government estimates the losses of the banana sector on La Palma at 100 million euros.
Omelio carries, on his shoulder, a bunch of bananas in an ash-filled plantation in La Calera, Argual. According to Alicia Vanoostende, the Canarian government's agriculture minister, 150 hectares of plantations are buried by the lava and 300 are isolated or in exclusion zones.
Saúl (left) and Omelio (right) load bunches of bananas from a banana plantation in the municipality of Tazacorte into a pick-up truck.
Tourists wait in the port of Santa Cruz de La Palma to board a ferry to Tenerife. Some wear goggles to protect themselves from the ash spewing from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
Volcano tourism. One tourist takes pictures, one takes videos, one looks through binoculars, and another checks the selfie he has just taken with the volcano in the background. They have all come to spend a few days on La Palma to get to see the Cumbre Vieja eruption at first hand.
The Hotel La Palma & Teneguía Princess, a four-star resort located on a cliff in the municipality of Fuencaliente, has been forced to partially close its services because of the volcano.
Ash accumulated in the sinkhole at the edge of the hotel's swimming pool.
Litter bins in the hotel garden covered with ash from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
The lifeguard at the swimming pool cleans the ash-covered material with water. As the pool is temporarily closed, the lifeguard adapts his work to avoid damage caused by the volcano.