A collection of exclusive photo prints: "A look at the world as it really is". A Crystal Galerie, AFP & Habitat partnership. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRINT: Under an angry volcano.
A farmer walks through his rice field, in front of an erupting Mount Merapi and its clouds of ash, in the Sleman region in Indonesia, 12 November 2010. Merapi is an explosive stratovolcano known for its "intense avalanche clouds" and likely the most dangerous volcano from among the 130 that punctuate the Indonesian archipelago. It has taken the lives of more than 1500 people over the course of the last century. In 2010, its lava flows ravaged several villages. Revered like a god, Merapi takes its name from Meru, the sacred Hindu mountain, and api, Sanskrit for fire. © ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP