Lava Fall: A fire hose of lava or "lava fall" at the Kamokuna ocean entry for Kilauea Volcano, Big Island. This is by far the most volume and fastest amount of lava a fire hose (or lava hose) has produced in recorded history. Photo taken at the "Blue Hour" (transition of dawn light into daylight), January 29, 2017.
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Lava Fall at the Blue Hour, Kilauea Volcano, Big Island of Hawai'i
Lava Fall: A fire hose of lava or "lava fall" at the Kamokuna ocean entry for Kilauea Volcano, Big Island. This is by far the most volume and fastest amount of lava a fire hose (or lava hose) has produced in recorded history. Photo taken at the "Blue Hour" (transition of dawn light into daylight), January 29, 2017.

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Date: 29 Jan 2017
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