Molten Lava Flow: A close-up of molten lava pouring out and creating new land in the form of blue pahoehoe (lava with smooth and ropy surfaces), 61g Flow, Big Island. A tumulus breaks less than 20 feet from where this photo was taken. By far, one of the largest, hottest, and fastest observed breakouts on the 61g surface flow field.
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Lava Cooling Into Blue Pahoehoe, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Big Island
Molten Lava Flow: A close-up of molten lava pouring out and creating new land in the form of blue pahoehoe (lava with smooth and ropy surfaces), 61g Flow, Big Island. A tumulus breaks less than 20 feet from where this photo was taken. By far, one of the largest, hottest, and fastest observed breakouts on the 61g surface flow field.

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Date: 14 Jul 2016
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