LAVA FIX Friday!

Here’s a selection of more intimate photos from our Thursday overflight, surely to soothe the soul of any Lava Junkie out there!

A toe of pahoehoe oozes out from beneath the ruptured crust of the leading edge.
A river of pahoehoe feeds a lava fall over the 60-70 sea cliff at Kamokuna.
Lava spills over the 60-70 foot sea cliff at Kamokuna, adding to the wall of incredible textures.
The hardened crust of a lobe cannot contain the pressure building within, cracking and lifting, releasing the molten lava to flow where gravity takes it.
Pressure from within ruptures the crust of a tube, releasing molten pahoehoe.

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