A gigantic cloud of ash continues to spew out of Bali's Mount Agung volcano as rapidly changing wind causes chaos for locals and tourists.
Photos of the dramatic thick plume taken from a nearby village show the massive scale of the erupting mountain, which recently left 150,000 travelers stranded on the island.
Jetstar and Qantas were still flying out of Bali during the day, but cancelled later flights as foretasted wind changes were expected to blow the ash cloud into Denpasar Airport.
Jetstar cancelled seven of its flights for Saturday and several more for Sunday amid growing concerns of a violent eruption.
Mount Agung has been spewing black columns of volcanic ash for more than a week
Photos of the dramatic thick plume taken from a nearby village show the massive scale of the erupting mountain
Airline flight pilots were set to review their schedules Saturday evening and early Sunday with updated information.
About 2,000 Australians were still in Bali, according to Jetstar spokeswoman Kate Millar.
'Jetstar and Qantas have brought more than 7,000 people back from Bali over the last three days,' Ms Millar told Sydney Morning Herald.
Work continued for a local woman who was pictured in the foreground of the volcano carrying debris as she walked along the road.
One woman captured a selfie while wearing a face mask as the monstrous cloud billowed out of the mountain behind her
A gigantic cloud of ash continues to spew out of Bali's Mount Agung volcano as rapidly changing wind causes chaos for locals and tourists
Another woman, who wore a face mask, was spotted capturing a selfie with the monstrous cloud billowing out of the mountain behind her.
Breathtaking new photos come after authorities raised the volcano's