Russian photographer Mikhail Mikhailov captures these amazing pictures of the Pugachevskiy mud volcano in Sakhalin Island, East Russia. The mud volcano was uniformly discharging mud in a shape that resembles an eye ball. This area in Russia has over 400 mud volcanoes.
Mud volcanoes aren't really volcanoes. They are called volcanoes because they appear to erupt with mud, but there is not igneous activity directly involved with these features. They're more closely related to geysers than real volcanoes. To learn more about mud volcanoes, check out our previous post: Mud Volcanoes... A Slightly Less Intimidating Type of Volcano