(Jana's POV) "So we're supposed to drink this?" Leon says suspiciously eying the lava river. "I guess," I admit and I get on my knees so I'm closer to the river. Leon coughs as he replicates my actions. He scoops his hands into the lava and jeers lightly, "To surviving." I dive my hands in and I'm surprised that the Phlegethon is almost on the cool side. "To surviving." I agree and I bring my hands to my lips. I take a gulp and I and I immediately feel nauseous because it tastes that awful.
Fire Art of Earth. Rolls of still red glowing hot lava appear like living blankets. Pahoehoe Lava - Kilauea Volcano on Kauai, #Hawaii. RESEARCH #DdO:) MOST POPULAR RE-PINS - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/power-beyond-us/ - POWER BEYOND US. Two kinds of #LAVA flow: 'a'a is thick, higher viscosity so slower. Pahoehoe is a bit hotter, forms lava tubes with many units, thin with lower viscosity & thickness so faster. Both slow down speed as they cool. #Volcano
Photographer Risks Getting Burned To Capture Lava, Meteor, Milky Way And Moon In A Single Shot
Pahoehoe Lava - One of the more interesting types of pahoehoe lava is called ropey pahoehoe and looks like a series of twisted ropes spaced evenly along the ground. The twisted ropes may be fairly straight, or may loop and wind in and out much like a fingerprint.
So pretty! But seriously, how do people take these kinds of pictures without being burnt!?!?!
Cherry Blossoms and Fuji Volcano, Japan
"Fingal’s cave, or the Cave of Melody is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa. The beautiful geometric columns that make up the walls were formed by lava, and the echoes of the waves create an eerie melody when they bounce off the arched roof."
"...is people excell at energy weap..." -fragment of recording salvaged from gray box
Earth's Vein - Hawaii Volcano National Park | by Tom Kualii on 500px