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Hawaii Volcanoes   Bryan Lowry spent 13 years shooting here before capturing this rare image of lava (erupting from the park’s Pu’u O’o vent) and snow (on 13,679-foot Mauna Kea).

Hawaii Volcanoes Bryan Lowry spent 13 years shooting here before capturing this rare image of lava (erupting from the park’s Pu’u O’o vent) and snow (on Mauna Kea).

LAVA FLOWING INTO OCEAN ON HAWAIʻI ISLAND 2013 - Incredible video by Leigh KumukahiHawk. On the south slopes of Hawaiʻi Island molten lava continues to erupt from Puʻu oʻo crater, an offshoot of the magma feeding Kīlauea Volcano, and flow through self-created lava tubes that head downslope for seven miles before entering the ocean three miles west-southwest from Kalapana; the nearest roads.

On the south slopes of Hawaii Island molten lava continues to erupt from Pu`u o`o crater, an offshoot of the magma feeding Kilauea Volcano, and flow through .

Kilauea volcano.  January 2013 makes for 30 years of non-stop lava flow.  Big Island, Hawaii. ~

January 2013 makes for 30 years of non-stop lava flow. Mauna Loa and Kilauea, Earth's largest and most active volcanoes, respectively, are located about 22 miles apart on the island of Hawaii.

Live lava glows at dawn on coastal plain, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Live lava glows at dawn on coastal plain. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,Part of gallery of color pictures of US National Parks by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

Close-up of ripples of flowing pahoehoe lava at dusk. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, USA.

Close-up of ripples of flowing pahoehoe lava at dusk. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,Part of gallery of color pictures of US National Parks by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

Hawaii, Big Island, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii, Big Island (Blue), Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Lava Flow Action Into Ocean Twilight Poster Print x

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