National Geographic : 1944 Feb
©Rudolph E.V. Roesler de Villiers A Violent Wind Bends Paricutin's Plume Even as an Explosion Sends a FreshColumn Skyward As his master marvels, a dog turns his back on the scene. In a trail leading to the foot of the lava flow, sightseers have left their footprints asifonblack snow. Like dark icebergs, lava peaks stick out from the sea of volcanic dust. Strangled withash, the shrubbery isdead.