For sheer drama, nothing beats an erupting volcano, except maybe … four erupting volcanoes. A Moscow-based documentary film crew created some spectacular footage of four active volcanoes on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula using 360-degree camera gear. The volcanoes are only about 110 miles apart from each other, but experts say they’re unlikely to be feeding from the same magma source, making the simultaneous eruptions  rare. In this interactive video clip, try changing the camera’s perspective as the crew buzzes the craters. via Spiegel Online