“Mount merapi's inferno.”

Merapi, which means "Mountain Of Fire" in Indonesian, is the most active volcano in the vast archipelago of Indonesia and has an eruptive cycle beginning every four years. More than 2050 people dwell within this "Ring Of Fire" in the Pacific Ocean.
The magnitude of its last eruption on October 26, 2010 wrote a new chapter in the history of Java, taking the lives of 300 people. This is the Merapi's biggest activity in the last hundred years.
Merapi, started well, playing with the hope of a people who vanished, giving way to a hell for more than 2 months, when the Javanese focused on struggling for survival. Policemen, soldiers, volunteers, farmers and all members of society were in a state of alert during an event that changed their lives forever.