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A recent phenomenon; massive explosion takes place at the base of the plume where molten lava is pumping into the ocean on the Island of Hawaii.
The plume is comprised of steam, sulfur dioxide, hydrachloric acid, glass particles, ash, rock, and black sand. As the molten lava pours out of the lava tubes that carried it from magma chambers under the flanks of Mauna Loa’s Kilauea volcano above, it instantly explodes into black sand and rock fragments. Many of these molten chunks will continue floating and streaming on the ocean. This is the most ocean entry lava that has been seen here in local memory. - Leigh Hilbert Photography
A spectacular and ever changing flow of lava pours from the earth on the southeast side of the Island of Hawaii - the Big Island. I live a short distance away allowing me wonderful opportunities to take photos.
'Rolled Canvas' are beautifully finished canvas prints you can take to any frame shop and get mounted for displaying; and look best with a 50-watt PAR20-spotlight from an angle..) AND lava photos on Lustre paper rocks!! If you would like any help or have questions PLEASE contact me, Leigh (Lee) EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org