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An early morning shot portraying a highly active Ile Ape strato-volcano 1423m, as it emerges through the dawn mist towering over Lewoleba bay, situated on the northern part of Lembata Island. It's partially bathed in golden glow just as the sun was rising to the right of picture.

A silent moment only broken by the insignificant slow passing fishing canoe dwarfed by nature, we will never tame it...


Lembata is the largest island of the Solor Archipelago in the Lesser Sunda Islands which forms part of the province of East Nusa Tenggara. A part from Ile Ape, there are several active volcanoes on the island among others; the Ililabalekan, Iliwerung and Lewotolo.

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