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Colada pahoehoe avanzando por una carretera en Kalapana.

Lava - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. - Toes of a pāhoehoe advance across a road in Kalapana on the east rift zone of Kīlauea Volcano in Hawaii, United States.

Erosion reveals swirls of color and pattern in rocks in Point Lobos State Reserve, California.

Patterned Rock Photograph by Charles Kogod - Erosion reveals swirls of color and pattern in rocks in Point Lobos State Reserve, California.

Eruption Lightning http://www.noupe.com/photography/the-beauty-of-lightning-photography-a-bolt-from-the-blue.html

Eruption Lightning at Krakatau - Volcanic eruption, with lightning forming inside the ash cloud. We've angered the Gods.

Amazonia from above / as seen by plane Puerto Maldonado to Cusco, Amazonia, Peru

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Volcáno Santa María - Guatemala

Guatamala, Santa Maria, Santa Maria ia a large active volcano in the Western Highlands of Guatemala, close to the city of Quetzaltenango. Last eruption 2013 (continuing)

Michele Falzone Photographer | Travel - Architecture - • Travel Portfolio

Lava is awesome! We live about an hour's drive from the park. Lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano in the Volcanoes National Park - Big Island - Hawaii - USA

Holuhraun, Iceland

Volcano eruption in Iceland September 2014 - A new landmass is forming with new rivers and waterfalls. In the Holuhraun Lava Field.

Lava tube into ocean, Hawaii

Lava flowing into the ocean with steam plume, The Big Island, Hawaii. I've been to oahu and maui, but not the big island

Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park     From How Stuff Works  blog-volcano    (Toshi Sasaki/Getty Images)  via Wendy

, Big Island Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, established in is one of the world's top wonders.Hawaii Volcano National Park encompasses acres and ranges from sea level to the summit of the earth's most massive