Weekend LAVA FIX!

Here’s a selection of imagery to whet your addiction to fiery lava…

Lava enters the sea at the eastern end of of the ocean entry at Kamokuna.
A fiery skylight allowed a peek at 61G’s river of lava above Pulama Pali. Stiff winds and a high volume of gas spewing from this opening made it a bit challenging for Robert to get us into position for the shot, but we got what we needed!
Ropey textures of a breakout of pahoehoe at the base of Pulama Pali.
A large toe of pahoehoe creates ropey braids as its surface cools.
The raging ocean entry at Kamokuna continues to create new land along the Kalapana coastline.

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