All photos were taken by Marco Fulle.
19.4.1998 View from Pas des Sables across Le Plaine des Sables, road leads to Pas de Bellecombe. Piton de la Fournaise (center) and Piton Chisny (right) in the background.
19.4.1998 From Pas de Bellecombe: Cratère Magne (left), steaming Piton Kapor (center) and Piton de la Fournaise (right).
19.4.1998 from Piton Kapor's flank.Lava flows towards the Cratère Magne. In the background sea of clouds against the Nez Coupé de S. Rose.
19.4.1998 same location as picture on the left. The small lava lake on the right is being refilled after a period of outflow.
19.4.1998 from Piton Kapor's flank. Lava flow towards the Cratère Magne.
19.4.1998 The small lava lake has been filled and outflows.
19.4.1998 Strombolian activity at Piton Kapor. Left: lava flowing towards Cratère Magne.
25.4.1998 from Piton Kapor's top to N, 10 meters S of the active vent we observe ejection of lava clots.
21.4.1998 from the Piton Kapor's flank. Suddenly a surge of pressure in the lava fall destroys the cover on it's top causing violent spattering. Roby on the right.
21.4.1998 same position as left. A pressure surge in the lava flow fills an ephemeral lava lake on top of the solified pahoehoe flow. The lava fall continues to spatter on the left.
21.4.1998 Detail of the very fluid lava fall: On the top right is covered by a pulsating sheet of solified lava.
21.4.1998 Detail of the lava fall: drops from lava stalactites are being dragged by the gas flow in the same direction as the lava flow.