Mt. Hibok-Hibok

I spent half of my childhood near this volcano. Everytime an earthquake hits our place, I’d look at it from afar if it’s giving off lava or throwing off stones at the nearest municipality. I had gruesome nightmares of its possible eruption… The terrifying stories of my grandmother when it erupted in 1950’s often gave me goosebumps. But now that I’m an adult and understand how volcanoes are made and what will happen when they erupt, the fear I had with it disappeared and was replaced with adoration.
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