Sleeping Pele - Natural Lava Flow - Big Island Hawaii

Sleeping Pele, a natural lava flow on Big Island, Hawaii, USA. Been to other islands but never the big island

Underground Caves and Lava Tubes

You Must Visit These 12 Hidden Gems of Hawaii

Ropey lava flow.  Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Ropey lava & cactus, Punta Espinosa, Galápagos Islands, by Kenneth Parker

Hot stuff!  This lava forms part of the Kalapana Lava Flow on Hawai'i, and has erupted from nearby Mt Kilauea. Kilauea is home to the Hawai'ian volcanoe goddess Pele. Photography by Adrian Warren

This lava forms part of the Kalapana Lava Flow on Hawai'i, and has erupted from nearby Mt Kilauea. Kilauea is home to the Hawai'ian volcanoe goddess Pele. Photography by Adrian Warren

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Funny pictures about Frozen Wave in Antarctica. Oh, and cool pics about Frozen Wave in Antarctica. Also, Frozen Wave in Antarctica.

nice Audubon Magazine

Audubon Magazine

Lava river, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii by Frans Lanting

2000 ft. Waterfalls, Hawaii   ..rh

Helicopter View of 2000 ft High Waterfalls, Big Island of Hawaii . or another reason to take a helicopter tour of more Hawaiian islands :)

Grass blue/green/yellow colored back ground

Cobwebs are actually formed from abandoned spider webs! That's right, these home-abandoning spiders, mainly those of the species Theridiidae, build these sticky webs for catching prey (spiders also use their silk to make cocoons for their eggs).

Horse Cloud Formation - Crystalinks

The whole world loves unicorns, because they are the most beautiful creatures. When I was a little girl, I always dreamed about being a unicorn. But I'm a human. But the unicorn theme lives in my heart. I feel that in your heart too. Unicorns are often.

Gary Randall, Liquid Hot Magma A close up of a lava flow on the Big Island of Hawaii.  composition, content, palette

Gary Randall, Liquid Hot Magma A close up of a lava flow on the Big Island of Hawaii.

˚Lava Bleed - Fresh pahoehoe oozes from the Kilauea eruption - Hawaii

Lava Bleed - Fresh pahoehoe oozes from beneath the fractured crust of the leading edge of a flow, consuming all in its path. Photography by Bruce Omori

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

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