Colima Volcano, Mexico

A picture taken with a slow shutter speed shows the Colima Volcano, the most active in Mexico, during an eruption on Jan. 26.

The National Coordination of Civil Protection of the Ministry of Interior reported that since October 2016, the Colima volcano entered a mainly explosive stage of activity with irregular intervals, generating eruptive columns, with heights between one and four kilometers, sometimes with incandescent fragments launched one or two kilometers from the crater.