. . . On the right is the old bell tower of the 17th century Franciscan Church, the remaining structure of the church after the place was buried under several hundred million cubic meters of ash in the most destructive eruption of Mayon Volcano (shown in the frame) in February 1, 1814.
. . . 76 frames @ 90 seconds per exposure; illumination in the whole area is provided by the "supermoon phenomenon" - the coincidence of a full moon (or new moon) with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit.