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Liquid Rock - Oozing lava on the Big Island of Hawaii. Photography by Thorsten Scheuermann

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park can be visited by car but the most spectacular view is the one from the sky. Check out these 25 Hawaii Volcanoes spectacular views.

Lava Bleed   ~ by Bruce Omori

Lava Bleed - Fresh pahoehoe oozes from beneath the fractured crust of the leading edge of a flow, consuming all in its path. Photography by Bruce Omori

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Lava flow hawaii by James Binder - Photo 143115943 -

LAVA FLOW ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII #2

This photo covers about 10 feet of actively oozing molten lava called pahoehoe (pah-ho-ay-ho-ay) in Hawaiian. This lava flow is on the Big Island of Hawaii, These will be part of a larger lava series I am working on.

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Lava Crashing Into the Seas off Hawaii - (Photo by Nick Selway/CJ Kale/Caters News Agency)

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Primordial Landscape | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Primordial Landscape | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Molten lava flowing at seaside in the morning.

Lava from Kilauea volcano in Hawaii (© Toshi Sasaki/Getty Images)(Bing United Kingdom)

Uprising - Lava flow at dusk. Photography by Jason Weingart

Uprising - Lava flow at dusk. Photography by Jason Weingart

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Lava cap at Kilauea volcano, Hawaii

Bifurcating Skylight. A skylight near Pulama Pali, which is the slope where flows from Pu’u O’o make their way toward the sea. Hawaii. Photographer: Laszlo Kestay

A skylight near Pulama Pali, which is the slope where flows from Pu’u O’o make their way toward the sea.

Another scene of lava flowing in United States

USGS HVO photo shows a pāhoehoe toe oozing out of the northern margin of the June lava flow in thick forest, about 300 meters yards) upslope of the leading edge of the flow.

Eruptions of shield volcanoes like Kilauea and Mauna Loa in Hawaii are not as violent as composite cone volcanoes. Smooth flows of lava erupt from fissures and move down the volcano. These flows travel up to a couple of miles per hour.

Starting at Kalapana, Hawaii you can walk for two hours to the place on the coast where active lava flows touching the ocean. Where fire meets water.

Delightfully Manic

enantiodromija: “ Dynamic Interlude by Bruce Omori ”

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