The live stream above shows Mount Agung footage from a camera located at Desa Rendang in Karangasem on Bali. The volcano is shrouded in darkness.
Earlier today the webcam showed people looking out towards the volcano and a flag moving in the wind next to objects wrapped in orange cloth in the foreground.
The webcam later showed the people moving away before the sun set with the sky turning first pink and then black as night fell.
Another webcam, located in Bukit Asah in Karangasem on Bali, earlier showed the volcano standing serenely without any plumes rising above the crater into the misty sky.
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Bali volcano update: Earthquakes strike near Mount Agung
Two earthquakes struck near Mount Agung in Bali yesterday, according to the interactive map of Indonesia’s volcanoes from Magma Indonesia.
But Magma’s most recent chart shows that the spike in earthquakes was relatively small compared to the high level of seismic activity in October.
The volcano’s alert status was downgraded from level four to level three at the end of last month after the drop of seismic activity.
Bali's Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) today posted an update on Facebook and confirmed the the level three alert remains in place.
The update said that a plume was observed about 100m above the peak of the crater and there had been several earthquakes.
The BPBD told climbers, tourists and residents to stay out of the danger zone that stretches up to 7.5km from the crater.
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Mount Agung latest pictures: Volcano on brink of eruption
Wed, October 25, 2017
Authorities have raised alert levels for a volcano on the Indonesian resort island of Bali after hundreds of small tremors stoked fears it could erupt for the first time in more than 50 years.
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Mount Agung volcano spews steam and smoke into the air as seen from Bangli on Indonesia's resort island of Bali on October 23, 2017
The last Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviation (VONA), issued on October 29, said the current aviation code remains yellow.
The notice said that an ash cloud was not visible, while “decreasing seismicity” had been observed since October 20.
It added: “Low pressure white plume likely dominated by water vapor with maximum height 250 m above the summit or 3392 m above sea level.”