Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews lava and ash in a recent increase of activity.
The volcano has been active since 1999 but in the last few days it has registered nine explosions.
According to a local engineer, the ground and some buildings in areas close to the volcano rattled during the explosions.
So far the volcanic activity has been fairly gentle and luckily there have been no landslides yet.
In 1999 Tungurahua had a major eruption and the 15,000 people that live in Baños had to leave. They were not able to return to their homes for a year.
The surrounding region has been put on alert amid reports of hot gas and lava flowing down the Tungurahua slopes.
Homes, land and even animals to the west of the volcano are covered in ash.
These are the street lights of a town called Baños in Ecuador. It looks like any other town at night but it sits in the shadow of the Tungurahua volcano which can be seen spitting out red hot lava in this picture.