Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Pictures

 
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Hawaii Volcanoes Nation Park Photos Showing Recent Volcanic Eruptions and Activity

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On March 19th 2008 there was an explosion in the Halemaumau crater of Kilauea volcano. This was the first eruption of Kilauea since 1982, and it scattered debris over 74 acres of the park. A major sulfur dioxide gas vent is still pouring tons of fumes and ash into the sky in a plume over a mile high that has been constant for four months now, and is causing vog, volcanic fog, problems for many parts of the Big Island, depending on wind direction. In addition there is increased lava flow from a new vent in the side of the volcano, which increased its flow dramatically in June. The lava flows overland and through lava tunnels to exit into the ocean with spectacular steam plumes and night glows. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has long been known for its dramatic landscape and its ease of viewing for visitors. Including over 505 miles of land it is called familiarly the “world’s only drive-in volcano”.

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picture of fresh lava streams picture of man creating lava art picture of remnants of lava cone picture of lava art

Picture of fresh lava steaming on a black sand beach after being cooled by the ocean waves, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Image of a man who creates lava art with cast iron molds, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Picture of remnants of a recent littoral cone, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Stock photo of lava art created with cast iron molds, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105258

picture of ocean entry of lava picture of hiker photographing lava flow sunrise and lava flow picture of Bryan Lowry on lava flow

Photo of western ocean entry, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Picture of hiker taking photos at sunrise, Skylight and flowing lava, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105523

Picture at sunrise, small spatter at a littoral cone and the remains of a structure, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105248

Photo at sunrise, photographer Bryan Lowry at the old coastline standing on a layer of pumice and cinder, littoral cone remains, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, Viewed from the old coastline, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105249

picture of lava splatter under full moon picture of water spout at lava ocean entry picture of lava flowing into a skylight

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Image of small spatter under the light of the full moon, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Image of a waterspout, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Stock photo of lava flowing into an old skylight, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Photo of hikers in the distance, skylight and flowing lava, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105525

picture of lava flow into ocean picture of full moon at sunset and lava flow picture of hikers on edge lava flow

picture of new lava flow and ful moon

Image of the Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Image of the rising full moon at sunset, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Stock photo of hikers on the edge at sunrise, Waikupanaha ocean entry lava flow area, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

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Photo of the nearly full moon illuminates the very large new surface flow creating a new ocean entry and lights up the plume with a bright orange glow. Large chunks of lava are blown into the air building a large littoral cone constructed of tephra from steam explosions. Waikupanaha ocean entry plume, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105629

picture of water spouts and boast at new lava ocean entry picture of skylight and lave ocean entry flow picture of water spouts, boats and new lava flow

new lava flow and cabin

Image of fair weather waterspouts and tour boats, large chunks of lava are blown into the air building a large littoral cone constructed of tephra from steam explosions that are sometimes produced when 1,150 degree C lava enters the 25 degree C ocean. Waikupanaha ocean entry plume, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105625

Image at sunrise, people on the bench. A very large new surface flow creates a new ocean entry and lights up the plume with a bright glow, large chunks of lava are blown into the air building a large littoral cone, usually small cones built near active ocean entries, the cones are constructed of tephra from steam explosions. Waikupanaha ocean entry plume, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105624

Stock photo of fair weather waterspouts and tour boats, large chunks of lava are blown into the air building a large littoral cone constructed of tephra from steam explosions that are sometimes produced when 1,150 degree C lava enters the 25 degree C ocean. Waikupanaha ocean entry plume, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105626

Photo of people on the bench. A very large new surface flow creates a new ocean entry and lights up the plume with a bright glow, large chunks of lava are blown into the air building a large littoral cone, usually small cones built near active ocean entries, the cones are constructed of tephra from steam explosions. Waikupanaha ocean entry plume, East of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kalapana, Hawaii, The Big Island of Hawaii

Picture #: 105631

 

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