Lava flow of Kilauea

PAHOA Hawaii (Reuters) – Hordes of people have flocked to see the lava flow from Kilauea volcano that has been creeping toward the Pahoa community for more than four months … excerpt from Hawaii pair took photos, prodded fiery lava with golf clubs: police on Yahoo News.

Road Closed
“Probably the most photographed sign in Hawai’i. At the end of the Chain of Craters Road in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.” – W & J

Grave Partially Covered by A'a lava flow at Kapoho cemetry

“Most of Kapohao cemetery was covered by lava flow in 1960.” – Mila Zinkova

Checking out the lava flow in Pahoa on October 29, 2014.
Old Stump on the Red Road

“The Red Road runs along the coast in Pahoa on the Big Island of Hawaii. This volcanic coastline is full of surprises at every turn. One wonders how this giant stump ended up here.” – Floyd Stewart

resettlement

“Re-building over land claimed by the lava flows in the 1990s.” – Sarah Sosiak

Lava by Air

Our hearts go out to those impacted by Kilauea’s rivers of molten rock.

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